Weapons, where would the human race be without them? One particular period in which weapons were of great significance, was an age in European history spanning the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, known as the Elizabethan Era. In this era, many new weapons were created, old ones revived and modified, and still many others became obsolete. The evolution of weapons and warfare during this period not only directly influenced the lives of those living in Europe
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