Nihayat al-su'l, 1371
a manual of horsemanship and military practice.
folio 136. A horseman with two swords and two small hide shields, one up at his face and the other carried in his hand with a sword.
A long-handled mace protrudes at his right knee beneath his outer garment.
Executed under the Mamelukes, in Syria or Egypt. Source: British Library, Add. 18866.
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