View Single Post
Old 13th October 2005, 05:40 PM   #17
Join Date: Dec 2004
Posts: 655

Originally Posted by ham
..., its thickness allowed it to cut through even the heavy goathair cloaks worn throughout Eastern Anatolia and the Caucasus.

You mean burka ? I was taught that burka was mainly worn as a protection against arrows... It was somewhat effective against cuts due to the fact that burka is usually a few sizes bigger than the one who wears it.

Concerning the use of laz bicaqi I always thought it was basically a maritime, boarding weapon...
Rivkin is offline   Reply With Quote