Wound Patterns and Survivability in Preindustrial Warfare - Implications for Classic Fantasy

Themes:
ScienceAcademic
What:
Panel
When:
Saturday Aug 18   01:00 PM to 02:00 PM (1 hour)
Tags:
medicinefantasyMedievalrenaissance
From bladed weapons (swords, daggers) to pointy bits (lances, halyards) to powder weapons (hand cannons, flintlocks), the nature of injury and wounds changed throughout the Medieval and Renaissance eras.  Medical treatments also changed, but more slowly.  Where do you find out about all of this?  And how does one apply this knowledge when writing classic fantasy?
Participant
Pulp Literature Press

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