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Definition of Arquebus

Arquebus
Arquebus Ar"que*bus, Arquebuse Ar"que*buse (?; 277), n. [F. arquebuse, OF. harquebuse, fr. D. haak-bus; cf. G. hakenb["u]chse a gun with a hook. See Hagbut.] A sort of hand gun or firearm a contrivance answering to a trigger, by which the burning match was applied. The musket was a later invention. [Written also harquebus.]

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- An arquebus (/ˈɑːrk(w)ɪbəs/ AR-k(w)ib-əs) is a form of long gun that appeared in Europe and the Ottoman Empire during the 15th century. An infantryman...
- Java arquebus refer to long primitive firearm from Indonesian archipelago, dating back to the last quarter of 15th century. The weapon was used by local...
- Jiaozhi arquebus refer to several type of gunpowder firearms produced historically in Vietnam. This page also include Vietnamese musketssince the early...
- Empire by 1425. This early arquebus was a hand cannon with a serpentine lever to hold matches. However this early arquebus did not have the matchlock...
- In 15th century Europe, the hand cannon evolved to become the matchlock arquebus, which became the first firearm to have a trigger. The earliest artistic...
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- weapon in the early 16th century, at first as a heavier variant of the arquebus, capable of penetrating heavy armour. By the mid-16th century, this type...
- English hinawajū (火縄銃, "matchlock gun"), was a type of matchlock-configured arquebus firearm introduced to ****an through the Portuguese Empire in 1543. Tanegashima...
- company were usually issued with ranged weapons, such as a crossbow or an arquebus, and arranged in the wings of a square, in front of the pikemen. Likewise...
- to as an "arquebus musket." A Habsburg commander in the mid-1560s once referred to muskets as "double arquebuses." The definition of arquebus and similar...