What were daggers made of in Shakespeare's time?
The daggers of the Romans were made of steel.
they made daggers from stone i'm guessing
they thought he was a squirrel made af neon cheese cakes
toy daggers, empty bottles, and swords, sometimes people actually got killed coz the aim of the sword was askew xx lol
Depending on which bar you use matters what their made of.
Steel or Iron...
no but it was very uncommon to bath as they didn't know about germs in Shakespeares time.
do you mean who made the voices, or what they were made by?
At the time of Jesus blacksmiths did a very good job, as they made the arrow heads, swords , daggers for the Roman soldier and aldso horseshoes for their horses.
of Renaissance drama.
Any of the hand props mentioned in the scripts were used: swords, daggers, etc. Stage props that are easy move on-and-offstage such as thrones and stools were used, but there was no painted scenery as we are accustomed to in proscenium theater.
He lived in the Elizabethian time peroid
The Romans used daggers because they were the small weapons of the time. For example, a soldier had his gladius, (sword) comparable to a rifle, and he had his pugio, (dagger) comparable to a pistol or sidearm. Civilians used daggers for the same reasons that people today use handguns.
He was a policeman of sorts.
what was the culture of the people in shakespeare time
from wood, copper, or sharp stone called flint
they are used for medicine that don't work and are also made into daggers.
shakespeares art company-.
In his time, young boys did the role of ladies.
Only 500 People where there
The Cold War of 1910.
Yes, in Shakespeares time.
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Yes, they had both. The costumes were usually just fancy contemporary clothes. Some props were swords, pikes, crowns, a skull, a donkey head, letters, books, jewels, a cauldron, a handkerchief spotted with strawberries, daggers, flowers and so on.
The war that was fought in Shakespeares time was the Spanish War
He was a glover. He made gloves and fine leather products.
better than todays Americans
We don't know what he did in his spare time. Not writing--that was his job.
the type you wear.
On cushioned seats
the Globe Theatre
he was a playwright poet and actor he was a dude
Spears with sharpened rock tip, traps made out of netting, and small daggers.
swords , daggers , knifes , catapults , battering rams, greek fire
just equip a dagger the new update made u get double daggers
Actors during the time of Shakespeare were viewed as rowdy, licentious, and untrustworthy.
the impossible disease
They were not allowed to be godfather to someone's children.
A housewife. This was not an easy job at all at the time.
yes, you can look at the sun's location
Sure, if they could pay the admission.
Because your poo was in it
there are 55 daggers in assassins Craig
The duration of Flying Daggers is 2940.0 seconds.
They made spears,arrows daggers traps and even ambushed animals.
He was a glover and whittawer. That is to say he made gloves and fine leather.
Children were very respectful to their parents.
It is called Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.
They didn't wear nothing. They wore clothes.
Cloth. Wool and linen were the warmest and strongest fibres for making cloth respectively. Silk was available but expensive. Cotton was not yet available nor were there any artficial fibres of course.