It wasn't all just swords and lances...
1. Iron-tipped Arrows
Arrowheads circa 13th-15th century. These iron-tipped arrows are sometimes also called bodkin points.
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2. Greek Fire
Archers at the Battle of Crecy. Crossbows to the left, longbows to the right.
Drawing of a knight carrying a lance, circa 1656.
Caerlaverock Castle's replica of their 14th-century trebuchet.
The Mons Meg cannon, built in 1449, at Edinburgh Castle.
Oldest known European depiction of a firearm.