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The Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds: Engineering Design

The Royal Armouries The Royal Armouries is the body responsible for maintaining the royal collection of weaponry, armour, and other artefacts. Its role is not only to conserve the collection, but also to extend it and maintain the appropriate expertise and knowledge to keep and exhibit it. It also has a strong educational role to develop and extend the knowledge of historical weaponry and armour. Gregson

Author(s): Gregson, S J

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