Interview with Yuri G. Efimov

Interview with Yuri G. Efimov     Copyright © 2020 The Center of Support and Development of Actual Research in the Field of Historical Weaponry (АНО «Центр поддержки и развития актуальных исследований в области Исторического оружиеведения»). This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons CC-BY license (CC BY 4.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited Download article in Russian

Pearls inlaid in the blades

Lenz E. (2016). Pearls inlaid in the blades. Zeitschrift für Historische Waffenkunde. II Band. 2 Heft. Dresden, 1900 – 1902. (Russ. ed.: Zhemchuzhiny, inkrustirovannye v klinki. Istoricheskoe oruzhievedenie [Weapons History Journal], № 4, pp. 74 — 75). Lenz E. Download article in Russian

Lucca and crescent sign

Lenz E. (2016). Lucca and crescent sign. Zeitschrift für Historische Waffenkunde. VIII Band. ¾ Heft. Leipzig, 1918. (Russ. ed.: Lukka i znak polumesjaca. Istoricheskoe oruzhievedenie [Weapons History Journal], № 3, pp. 113 — 121. Lenz E.   Download article in Russian

Obituary. Gorelik Mikhail Viktorovich

January 12th, 2015 Gorelik Mikhail Viktorovich aged 71 passed away. He was one of the most famous contemporary Russian historians of weaponology. Educated as an expert of arts he was a leading expert in the field of historical reconstruction in the Soviet period and modern Russia. Scientific reconstructions of weaponry suits and equipment of ancient and medieval peoples made under his supervision are stored in the Russian State Historical Museum, the Tower of London, the state museums in Kiev (Ukraine) and Almaty (Kazakhstan).  He was awarded with the main Russian cinematic award for designing more than a hundred historical suits and equipment for the historical period drama “Yermak” about the Russian conquest of Siberia. As a result of his scientific interest in ancient and medieval weapons of Eurasia are his books: “Armies of Mongolo-Tatars in 900-1300” and “Weapons of Ancient Oriental. 4000 BC-300 AD” and dozens of articles about the…