ABC ASL BOOK (Recovered) - A A ARMOR Protective clothing...

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A A B ARMOR Protective clothing worn during battle to defend the person from injury.
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D D DRAWBRIDGE injury. A mobile bridge made of timber that acted like a front door to forts and
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G G H GOBLET acted like a front door to forts and castles. Built for protection against unwanted guest.
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J J JUPON A drinking cup with a base and stem, normally made out of wood. The wealthy would inlay jewels and coat with gold.
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M M N MOAT A close-fitting surcoat worn over armor in the 14th century.
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P P Q PALFREY A large ditch dug around a defensive structure that could be left empty or filled with water.
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S S SPEAR A well-bred saddle horse that was mainly used by women to ride for travel.
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V v W VERT A five foot long pole weapon with and iron head. Could be held by a ground soldier or cavalry
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Y y Z YARD In medieval times the heraldy used this word to describe the color green.
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An English term used for the measurement of 36 inches or three foot.
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B B C BOW A long range weapon that launches arrows. Used both for protection and hunting.
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