Epic Armoury Stiletto
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In Italy, the stiletto was employed along with the dagger as a fighting weapon.
In Italy, the stiletto was employed along with the dagger as a fighting weapon. A 1536 duelling treatise authored by Achille Marozzo contains sections on dagger and stiletto fighting. By the time of the Renaissance the term stiletto had come to describe a range of slender thrusting knives closely resembling the French poignard. Many had conventional dagger-profile blades and sharpened edges but always retaining the slim profile and needle-like point.
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