Montante - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia librel montante es una espada ancha de gavilanes muy largos, que manejan los maestros de armas con ambas manos para separar las batallas en la esgrima. Tomóse su forma y nombre de las espadas antiguas, que se blandían a dos manos.1 Conforme al Viaje del Parnaso de Miguel de Cervantes, los montantes eran espadas largas que se usaban con las dos manos
German two-hand sword, in the Swiss or German late 16th century style. With fullered blade with a spurious mark inlaid on one side and cut with another on the reverse, large iron hilt of faceted bars, including long S-shaped quillons with moulded knop terminals, inner-and outer-rings each formed as a pair of marine monsters conjoined at the tail, faceted stopper-shaped pommel, and wire-bound leather-covered grip. L. overall: 152 cm - L. blade: 110.4 cm - W.: 27,5 cm.
Two-handed sword of Jacob CabeljauwLength 1573 the town of Alkmaar was besieged by Spanish troops. The Dutch commander Cabeljauw led the forces that defeated this attack and forced the Spanish to retreat. He was promoted to military governor of