Levykin A. K.

Information about the author Dr. Alexey K. Levykin — Director, State Historical Museum (Moscow, Russia). All of author’s articles The Dagger of the Serasker Agmet Urfe-Valesa, a Relic of Russian Military Glory

Bogdanov A. E.

Information about the author Andrey E. Bogdanov – Junior researcher of the “Arsenal” Department, Curator of the west-european armour collection, The State Hermitage Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia) All of author’s articles On the Origin of Armour-marking in the German-speaking Lands

Biskup N. R.

Information about the author Nadezhda R. Biskup – Researcher of the “Arsenal” Department, Curator of the pole and edged arms collection, The State Hermitage Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia) All of author’s articles The Collection of Corps Weapons from the State Hermitage Museum “Arsenal”

Pyatnitsky Yu. A.

Information about the author Dr. Yuri A. Pyatnitsky – Senior researcher of the Byzantium and Middle East Sector of the Oriental Department, Curator of Byzantine icons collection, The State Hermitage Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia) All of author’s articles A saber with an Image of St. George from the Collection of the State Hermitage Museum

Rodionov E. A.

Information about the author Eugeny A. Rodionov – Senior research officer, Curator of the armoury department, Gatchina Palace and Estate Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia) All of author’s articles Weapons by Michele Lorenzoni in the Collection of the Gatchina Palace

Barkan A.

Information about the author Ariel Barkan — Professor, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, USA) All of author’s articles Review: D. Y. Miloserdov “Melee weapons of Afghanistan of the 19th – early 20th centuries”

Obraztsov Vs. N.

Information about the author Vsevolod N. Obraztsov – Researcher of the “Arsenal” Department, Curator of the oriental arms and armour collection, The State Hermitage Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia) All of author’s articles Exhibition Overview: «“Clutching the hilt of a sword …”. Military culture and weapons traditions of the Middle East» in the Omsk Regional Art Museum named after M. A. Vrubel (November 8, 2019 – May 24, 2020) A saber with an Image of St. George from the Collection of the State Hermitage Museum

Neratova E. I.

Information about the author Elizaveta I. Neratova — Curator of Special Collections of the Russian Ethnographic Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia) All of author’s articles Review: D. Y. Miloserdov. “Melee weapons of Afghanistan 19 – early 20 century” A sword, a suit of armour and a quiver to be presented to Nicholas II The Mysterious Mark of “Gevork”

Lazarevskaya E. G.

Information about the author Ekaterina G. Lazarevskaya – Junior Researcher, Arsenal department of The State Hermitage (St. Petersburg, Russia) All of author’s articles Exhibition Overview: “The Last Knight: The Art, Armor, and Ambition of Maximilian I”

Kurmanovsky V. S.

Information about the author Vladimir S. Kurmanovsky – Ph.D., Institute of Archaeology of Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia) All of author’s articles Revisiting the Russian Weapons from Crucible Steel in the 17th Century (a case study of the former archive of the Armoury Chamber)

Orlenko S. P.

Information about the author Sergey P. Orlenko – Ph.D., Curator of The Moscow Kremlin Museums, Armoury Chamber. Editorial Board member of WHJ. (Moscow, Russia) All of author’s articles Revisiting the Russian Weapons from Crucible Steel in the 17th Century (a case study of the former archive of the Armoury Chamber)

Malozyomova E. I.

Information about the author Dr. Elena I. Malozyomova – Researcher of the “Arsenal” Department, Curator of oriental harness collection, The State Hermitage Museum. Assistant professor, Faculty of liberal arts and sciences, Department of Inter-disciplinary Studies in the field of Languages and Literature St. Petersburg State University (St. Petersburg, Russia) All of author’s articles Studying of Persian and Indian Miniature as Primary Source for Weapon History Research (methodological aspects) Edged Weapons and Ritualized Theatrical Performances in Iran Exhibition Overview: «“Clutching the hilt of the sword …”. Military culture and the weapons traditions of the Middle East» in the Omsk Regional Art Museum named after M. A. Vrubel (November 8, 2019 – May 24, 2020) European Elements in the Military Culture and Weapon Use in Iran