Synonyms Of buckler

noun

Definition Of buckler

noun

a small, round shield held by a handle or worn on the forearm.

Some archers wore virtually no defensive equipment and were even barefoot, carrying perhaps a small buckler as well as a sword, dagger, or lead maul.

Example Of buckler

  • Inexcusably perhaps, the entire vital element of seizures, grappling, disarms, and use of the second hand or even daggers and bucklers is almost wholly ignored as if it never existed.

  • It is interesting to note that while some 16th century fencing masters, such as di Grassi, include among the combinations of arms they teach, sword and buckler , sword and square target, or sword and round target, Palladini does not.

  • Some archers wore virtually no defensive equipment and were even barefoot, carrying perhaps a small buckler as well as a sword, dagger, or lead maul.

  • Take up shield and buckler ; arise and come to my aid.

  • The London Masters taught the traditional English weapons, in particular the sword and buckler .


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