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  • Acinaces [r]: A short, straight Persian sword. [e]
  • Alexander the Great [r]: King of Macedon who conquered the Persian Empire in the late 4th century BCE. [e]
  • Bartitsu [r]: An eclectic martial art and self defence method originally developed in England during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. [e]
  • Culture of Japan [r]: Set of traditions, pastimes, artistic expression, use of language, belief systems and so on that distinguishes Japan from other nations. [e]
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  • Edged weapon [r]: A muscle-powered weapon that relies on the principle of the wedge, which may be applied as a single movement (e.g., a sword thrust) or after the accumulation of energy (e.g., an arrow released by drawing a bow) [e]
  • Fencing [r]: A sport of fighting with blunted swords in accordance with set rules in order to score points. [e]
  • Horse [r]: Strong, intelligent equine in domestication for thousands of years and also found in the wild in feral populations. [e]
  • Martial arts (General) [r]: Codified systems of both armed and weaponless, or empty-handed, skills intended to develop and increase proficiency in combat. [e]
  • Middle English [r]: English language as it was from about the middle of the eleventh century until the end of the fifteenth century. [e]
  • Olympic Games [r]: A quadrennial multi-sport event organised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) involving athletes from around the world in both summer and winter sport editions. The summer event was first staged at Athens in 1896 as a revival of the Ancient Olympics; the winter event was first staged at Chamonix in 1924. [e]
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  • Scarborough Castle [r]: Ruined stone castle on the east coast of Yorkshire, England, begun in mid-twelfth century. [e]
  • Scarborough, North Yorkshire [r]: Seaside resort, fishing port and former spa town on the east coast of North Yorkshire, England; once an important mediaeval port and site of a major royal castle (population about 52,000). [e]
  • Sherlock Holmes [r]: Archetypal fictional detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. [e]
  • Sports [r]: An activity that involves skill and physical exertion, and is governed by a generally accepted set of rules and guidelines. [e]
  • Tactics [r]: Military concepts and techniques used to fight a battle once battle is joined. [e]
  • Theseus [r]: In Greek myth, the national hero of Athens, son of Aegeus, king of Athens (or the sea-god Poseidon) and of Aethra, daughter of Pittheus, king of Troezen. [e]