How Two Medieval:印象の選択-考察

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タイムスタンプ:
0:00-イントロ/説明
0:52-ポッドキャスト開始
2:17-ビッグ3:時間、場所、ステータス
4:04-特異性
6:28-集中しすぎ/あいまいすぎる
10:00-印象の範囲
13:54-ナイス購入または2回(または3回)の購入
16:55-質の高い印象には投資が必要
19:09-グループvsソロ
24:24-知的誠実さと現実的な目標
27:30-建設的な批評
33:00-改善を促す文化
34:25-利用可能なグループはありませんか?
35:39-結論

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投稿日時:2020-02-17 14:00:02

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34 comments

  • Knyght Errant 1週間 ago

    Timestamps:
    0:00 – Intro / Explanation
    0:52 – Podcast Start
    2:17 – The Big 3: Time, Location and Status
    4:04 – Specificity
    6:28 – Too Focused / Too Obscure
    10:00 – The Scope of an Impression
    13:54 – Buy Nice or Buy Twice (or Thrice)
    16:55 – A Quality Impression Requires Investment
    19:09 – Groups vs Solo
    24:24 – Intellectual Honesty and Realistic Goals
    27:30 – Constructive Criticism
    33:00 – Culture of Encouraging Improvement
    34:25 – No Group Available?
    35:39 – Conclusion

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  • Omar Kusturica 1週間 ago

    You have a lot of useful stuff about weapons and armors – although I would place Matt Easton first when it comes to historical understanding, but you have a good eye for technology.

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  • Jonny Simpson 1週間 ago

    Thanks a lot for your content.
    I'm currently looking for sources to assemble a 1415 Genoise crossbowman mercenary gear (typically the ones you'd find in Agincourt) and this will most certainly help my research. It's definitely not something to be rushed and I've been working on it for a long time, I really want to do it right.
    why did I choose this ? I wanted to avoid being yet another knight and be a common soldier for once. Also, I love crossbows.

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  • John Colley 1週間 ago

    I am looking at a character.14th century,Yeoman class.Forest warden or similar.Chances are this guy owns property.Having a lot of difficulty in finding any information regarding a person that we KNOW existed We know all about Knights and peasants,but,what about middle class "civil servants"?

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  • Sothbeachboy 21 1週間 ago

    Can you play heart breaker for us

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  • Alex Wilkinson 1週間 ago

    Hey Ian, love your videos. I was wondering if you might someday do a video on heraldry? It doesn't look like you normally wear anything to indicate who you are. Was that typical of English Knights at the time you aim to depict? Or was there another reason you chose to omit it? Thanks!

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  • James Steel 1週間 ago

    Ian hi, I've loved your videos on the development of medieval armour but could you do one explaining how and why it died out? How did we go from full plate in the 16C to just breastplates by the 19th and nothing for infantry? was it because firearms made armour redundant and mobility was more important? Could you look at some of the interesting hybrid soldiers in the 18C like Winged Hussars and weird combinations of crossbows and muskets? Just an idea. Thanks.

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  • SpacemanApeINC 1週間 ago

    Is that a SH-60 SeaHawk I see in the background in the Picture frame? Maybe it’s the one you flew while in the Navy?

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  • Stygian Emperor 1週間 ago

    this isn't an episode where everyone just tries to talk like a 13th century knight?
    I'm so disappointed.

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  • Charles Drew 1週間 ago

    I really agree. A group is very important. I don't know how it works in the States but in the UK most people join a group. My own group mostly does late 15th wars of the roses period (and a little 13th). Many of our newer members have some of the best kit – not nessacerally poshest but just better as they gain from all the past mistakes the rest of us have made over the years. Skills within a group are really important to. We have metal workers, wood turners, I work mainly with leather, willow workers cooks etc. It all comes together. Here we do suffer from the low budget shite on the field, and it is annoying but things are slowly getting better. Money puts people off but if you ask them what they spend on the gym or on computer games or even a night out – its shocking. Buy the best you can for who you are portraying. Have always loved your videos – nice to see new ones.

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  • Willow Rowley 1週間 ago

    Hey

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  • GunsNRoosendael 1週間 ago

    in 1489, my home town of Aarschot was taken by Burgundy. I'd love to build an impression of a Flemish burgher from this period, any idea where to look for sources? Thank you in advance!

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  • Ron Mondar 1週間 ago

    Hi ^^ I just had a little question
    I am making my own armor to limit my set's budget and I'm just wondering if it is ok to purposefully go a bit out of the historical accuracy to implement a few features that would make a handmade armor closer to my personal tastes as long as it uses technologies that are older than the set ?
    What I mean by that is that a soldier could ask an armorer to implement specific features that are closer th his liking, which could be conceivable

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  • SpaceCadet 1週間 ago

    Whoa, you're still alive? :>

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  • opa 1週間 ago

    stay awile and lishten huh

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  • Eugeni Nikolov 1週間 ago

    💯 Research Tartaria 💯

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  • Robby 1週間 ago

    Thanks for this wonderful resource.

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  • Catsincages 1週間 ago

    Thanks for the upload beardy.

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  • Војкан Селаковић 1週間 ago

    Modern approach to "reconstruction" is too mechanical, too mathematical, reconstructing the "dictionary definition" rather than visual reality as well (ironically enough). In the process, artistic aspect of it, perhaps instrumental for authentic feel of reconstruction lacks more often than not. Not only are reconstructions internally inconsistent and sometimes paradoxical, but imagery used follows 21st c aesthetics using vaguely medieval motifs (so animals such as lions or eagles are 19-21st century design , often stenciled(sic!) in a way printed car stickers would be today). Not to mention weathering of materials that is necessary yet rarely present, if ever, making all the reconstructions unmistakeably modern and ultimately unconvincing. Which is the exact opposite of what is (hopefully) intended and what considerable money is invested in. Hollywood is almost never accurate, for example, but is, unlike modern reconstruction, always convincing. Lessons could be learned.

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  • Mushicus 1週間 ago

    Where have you been???

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  • Zevin X 1週間 ago

    Did you drop a Deckard Cain reference at the start? I love your videos, the content doesn't come too often, but when it does it's always worth the wait. Thank you.

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  • Dimitri Zaitsew 1週間 ago

    Super great beard and amazing deep voice!

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  • Lowland Nobleman 1週間 ago

    Anybody know where to find good info on late 13th and early 14th century Scottish armour? Or Iron Age Celtic mail armor?

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  • Wille k 1週間 ago

    Do you have a horse?

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  • Kristján Rúnarsson 1週間 ago

    Most living history events suffer from the too many knights, not enough foot soldiers syndrome so you get lots of ‘knights’ in crappy bargain basement harnesses which defeats the while point of living history. As a common soldier (15th century) you can get by very well with a helmet, padded jack, breastplate, demi-gauntlets or mittens, a basic tent and self made furniture and look much more authentic for less money.

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  • Eliot Childress 1週間 ago

    I missed you 🙂

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  • Daniel Marstrand 1週間 ago

    Great stuff!

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  • Winston Pope 1週間 ago

    I just recommended this channel to someone last night. Glad to see some new content!

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  • The Menagerie 1週間 ago

    Ian, I've had this question forever and would really appreciate your input, as I can't think of anyone better to ask than you.

    I've always wondered why so many reenactors will wear their full plate harness with apparently no mail covering the gaps, leaving the back of the leg, armpit, inside of the arm and joints covered with what appears to only be textile armor, perhaps the arming doublet.

    I've even noticed this occurence in pictures of Dr. Capwell's black English style harness.

    I've been really perplexed by this. Was this historically accurate? Could the mail possibly be underneath somewhere? Surely, if you were going through the effort of covering yourself with the best and latest armor available, you wouldn't leave so much of you protected with only textile when mail has been available for centuries.

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  • Aman G 1週間 ago

    Hi Ian great video. I wondering if you have any information on Indo Persian armor and how their style of armor dictated their style of warfare?

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  • penguasakucing 1週間 ago

    HEEE'S BAAAACK

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  • ThatsYKnow 1週間 ago

    A wild Knight appears!

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  • Gerhard Dirdal 1週間 ago

    Finally!! Good to see you back

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