- to the flintlock
musket. The arquebus
has at times
as the harquebus
, harkbus, hackbut, hagbut, archibugio, haakbus, schiopo, sclopus, tüfenk...
by the use of a form of carbine, called
". In England, harquebusier
was the technical
name for this type of cavalry...
Barrel, vis. from 51⁄2 foot to 6; with an indifferent
Bore, under Harquebus
: Tho' for different Occasions
they shou'd be of different
Sorts, and Sizes...
- the prototype
of the petronel. The petronel
is a compromise between
and the pistol. Early petronel dates
back to the end of the 14th century...
- Soto Atahualpa (POW) Strength
3,000–8,000 unarmed personal
attendants/lightly armed guards
- lawsuit against
Gutenberg. Mid 15th Century: The Arquebus
(also spelled Harquebus
) is invented, possibly
in Spain. 1451: Caravel, a small, highly-maneuverable...
- engignour, meaning
of military engines
such as trebuchets, harquebuses
, longbows, cannons, catapults, ballistas, stirrups, armour
as well as...
(Improvised, Worldwide) Arquebus, caliver, hackbut, harkbus, harquebus
(European) Blunderbuss, donderbus
- and grenade
launcher, as well as two devastating special
attacks. Steyr Harquebus
: A dissident fighting against
the corporation. She is a small
- ... He is consequently marked
for blows. It is at him that all the harquebuses
are aimed. It is on his head that are dumped
the most aromatic