Discover the world of swords with Swords Encyclopedia, your ultimate destination for modern and historical sword knowledge. Since February 2022, we've delved into 100+ historical books, 300+ articles, and numerous expert videos to bring you 400+ well-researched articles. Our mission is to assist both novice and experienced collectors in finding the most accurate information about anything related to swords.
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While we may not have hands-on experience in bladesmithing or practicing martial arts with swords, we have big plans for the coming year. Our goal is to collaborate and conduct interviews with some of the most reputable names in the industry.
This will enable us to enrich our content, share the latest product releases, explore bladesmith techniques, and provide comprehensive guides for anyone looking to begin their sword-related journey. Join us as we continue to expand and enhance our offerings in the captivating world of swords.
As a history enthusiast, Abigail loves learning about the events that shaped the world. She’s particularly interested in the rise and fall of empires, accounts of war and conquest, and ancient and classical history. Apart from being a writer, she also dabbles in fashion modeling and acting.
20-something freelance writer who likes games and history maybe a little too much. When I'm not writing for the web, I write notes for a new Dungeons and Dragons campaign. Hyperfixations include Genshin Impact, color eyeliner, true crime, and Star Wars.
A dedicated historian through and through, David is a 26-year-old history graduate with numerous certificates to his name. In college, he excelled in the study of ancient, medieval, and modern history, consistently achieving top grades. His interest in history and swords was ignited by his father, a retired blacksmith who skillfully worked with various types of iron and steel to produce knife and sword blades of all sizes.
Jolene has been writing and editing for almost a decade and concentrates on medical and technical writing. Currently working with a good friend to make Sword Encyclopedia a success, she has a newfound interest in history. Identifying as an introverted couch potato, she enjoys geeking out with anime, gacha games, and books from authors like Diana Wynne Jones, JRR Tolkien, JK Rowling, and more. Her other interests include art, music, food, travel, and different cultures.
Juliana has been writing for nearly thirty years and concentrates on Tudor and Medieval history. She has written for Tudor Dynasty, Tudor Writing Circle, Historian Matt Lewis, and others. Juliana currently writes for Pen and Sword Publishers and is the author of several books, including Medicine in the Middle Ages and A History of Insanity and the Asylum.
Alec graduated from the University of Exeter with a degree in Zoology,
writing his thesis on the domestication of the horse and its impact on
human history. Since then he has delved further into human history and
archaeology, finding the Late Antiquity and Early Medieval periods
fascinating. As an experimental archaeologist is working on creating YouTube videos reconstructing life in Anglo-Saxon occupied southern Britain during the late 7th century.
When we feel overwhelmed by the volume of work or knowledge in a particular field, we often turn to experienced individuals who possess expertise in that area. This helps us improve our content with their insights and guidance.
Some of them have spent many years analyzing, collecting, or reviewing swords, enjoyed success sharing content on their YouTube channels, or have begun learning various training or fighting techniques. We appreciate their passion, and since SwordEncyclopedia was founded with the same goal in mind, we have asked them to fact-check and review some of our articles for accuracy and reliability.
Sebastian Szukalski (IPostSwords)
Sebastian Szukalski has been studying and collecting antique swords from the Near East, Middle east, Southeast Asia, Europe, and the Far East for over 10 years. In his time researching antiques, he has also studied ferrous archaeometallurgy and the conservation of ferrous artifacts, with several videos published on the use of chelation and acid etching of antiques on his youtube channel IPostSwords.
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