Arms, Statute of

Statutum armorum, 1292. This was intended to regulate tournaments and limit the dangers inherent in the sport. Weapons were to be blunted or *rebated: swords were not to be pointed and lances were to have a *coronal. There were also to be arbitrators to settle disputes.

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