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Old 17th June 2009, 10:44 AM   #1
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I have made many photos in an artillery museum in St.-Petersburg. I will gradually apload them at forum. To begin with one of my my favourite gun made in 7050 year:
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bronze
calibre 122 mm
length 950 mm
mass 110.5 kg
Inscription on a barrel "ИОАНЬ БОЖИЕЮ МИЛОСТИЮ ГОСУДАРЬ ВСЕЯ РОУСИ ВЛЕТО 7050 ДЕЛАЛ ИГНАТЕЙ" (Ivan the divine favour the tsar of all Russia. At summer 7050 maked by Ignati)

7050 year is 1542 at new style
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late 14 or early 15
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Old 19th June 2009, 04:25 PM   #5
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Hi Spiridonov,

Thank you for uploading and sharing these!

I like especially the short handgonne barrel (Steinbüchse, firing stone balls); the date is, as you wrote, ca. 1400.

Did you happen to photograph at the Hermitage as well?

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Did you happen to photograph at the Hermitage as well?


yes i do.

russian manual wall guns (затинные пищали - zatinni pishals)
earli-mid 16 century
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