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Western European, Langobardic
7th century
Western European, Langobardic
7th century
Western European, Langobardic
7th century
Western European
ca. 1400
Western European
ca. 1375–1400
Western European
ca. 1775–90
Western European, possibly England
ca. 1350–60
Western European, possibly British
ca. 1300
Western European, possibly Britain
ca. 1450–1500
British or Western European
ca. 1400–1450
Western European, probably Naples
ca. 1720
Western European
second half 19th century
Western European, probably Burgundy or Flanders
ca. 1475
Western European, possibly Germany or England
ca. 1510–30
Western or Central European; quiver, possibly German
quiver, probably early 16th century; bolts, 14th–16th century
hilt, Japanese, made for the European market; blade, Western European
hilt, ca. 1700–1725; blade, ca. 1750
Western or Central European, the Netherlands or Austria
ca. 1505–19
Western European, Gallo-Roman (found in Vermand, France)
late 4th century
Western European, Gallo-Roman (found in Vermand, France)
late 4th century
Western European, Gallo-Roman (found in Vermand, France)
late 4th century
Northern Indian, for the Western market
ca. 1775
Japanese, possibly Dejima, for the Western market
ca. 1730
Flemish or Burgundian, and Western European
ca. 1440–50; 19th or 20th century
Western European
ca. 1550
Western European
probably 17th century
Western European
possibly 12th–early 13th century
Western European
15th century
Western European
15th century
Western European
ca. 1500
Western European
ca. 1580
Western European
14th or 15th century
Western European
14th or 15th century
Western European
1400–1450
Western European
18th century
Western European
16th–17th century
Western European
19th century
Western European
1375–1450
Western European
late 15th century
Western European
ca. 1460
Auguste Renoir
1878