One can never be too careful in medieval times. Even a noble could be a swordsman, and that is why always having a defense on-hand is never a bad idea. Even a dagger like the Noble Rapier Dagger could make the all the difference.
Poignard is a French word that refers, typically, to a long thrusting knife that originated in the Middle Ages and was used during the Renaissance, being favored by upper class citizens, nobility, and the knighthood.
A main gauche was a dagger that became popular during the Renaissance era, when fencers began to prefer two blades instead of one. These daggers featured a sturdy blade for both offense and defense, like this Swept Hilt Medieval Dagger.
Simple does not always mean plain. When it comes to this Medieval Swept Hilt Dagger, the word simple means direct and uncomplicated, which means that this dagger is a great companion blade to have in your collection or at your side.