students who participated in 2005 celebrate their graduation along with footballer Erik Bakke

Since the training

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It is hoped that students will continue to employ the conflict resolution skills they have developed through Flashpoint.

Flashpoint in the future

The Royal Armouries is seeking sponsorship to continue the Flashpoint project and to develop Flashpoint Sport, which will explore the link between good sportsmanship and good citizenship.

If you are interested in supporting us please contact claire.harder@armouries.org.uk

INDIAN ARMS AND ARMOUR: PHYSICAL, SPIRITUAL AND MYTHOLOGICAL

This special seminar, with Natasha Bennett, Acting Curator (Oriental Collections), will allow delegates to admire and examine weaponry and armour from India at close quarters.

27 February 2016

Leeds

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Did you know?

So good they named it twice

Armour commonly and mistakenly referred to as ‘chainmail’ should correctly be called MAIL, which is derived from the Old French word maille, meaning chain. So the word ‘chainmail’ actually means CHAIN CHAIN!