Corroded iron knife from Markovi Kale excavation near Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

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Medieval knives in the Archaeological Museum of Novgorod, Russia.

Medieval knives in the Archaeological Museum of Novgorod, Russia.

Medieval knives in the Archaeological Museum of Novgorod, Russia.

Medieval knives illustrated by Dovzhenok (1966).


An illumination from the the Radziwiłł Chronicle showing a the Count of Kiev enjoying a feast. Note the knife on the table. From Sakharov (1980).

Two Medieval iron knives in the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Dovzhenok, Vasyl Iosypovych
1966 Drevnoruske misto Voïn. Naukova dumka, Kiev. [in Russian]

Sakharov, Andrei Nikolaevich
1980 Diplomatiia drevnei Rusi : IX-pervaia polovina X v. Moscow, Msyl. [in Russian]
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