P. 38: At the top of the right-hand column, under "Gilding", the word "guild" should be "gild".
P. 51: In the left-hand column, in "1. Where are we?", San Francisco Bay should be 37°46' N, 122°20' W. The coordinates in the book are on dry land!
P. 58: Under "Knife", the Korean term should be "dan gum", not "dan gun".
P. 59: In Example 2 in the "Weapons of Quality" box, Leif's sword ought to have "+2 breakage", as described earlier in the box, and not "+1 breakage".
P. 69: The heavy spear's Tip Slash line should list Reach as "2, 3*".
P. 73: In the entry for the repeating crossbow, change:
can't exceed the user's ST
can't exceed 70% of the user's ST
P. 74: In "Bows, Crossbows, and Rated ST", the reference to the repeating crossbow should point to p. 73, not p. 72.
P. 84: Under "Delivery Systems", the fire-cage arrow should refer to p. 73 for "Alternate Arrows", not to p. 730!
P. 93: Under "Flintlocks", the Duck's Foot Pistol entry doesn't have extra indentation for any mysterious reason – that's a glitch!
PP. 97-98: To agree with High-Tech, summer clothing should weigh 2 lbs., not 1 lb.; ordinary clothing should weigh 4 lbs., not 2 lbs.; and winter clothing should weigh 8 lbs., not 5 lbs.
P. 98: In "Hand and Footwear", change:
Ordinary and winter clothing include basic footwear in their cost and weight. Winter clothing includes basic handwear, too.
Ordinary and winter clothing include the cost of appropriate footwear but not its weight. Winter clothing includes the cost of basic handwear, too.
P. 100: In "Fireproof Clothing", change "Moslem" to "Muslim" for consistency with the rest of the book.
P. 101: Under "Arming Garments", change:
do give DR
do give DR (treat as Light Mail, p. 107)
P. 104: Add a final sentence to the very end of "Rawhide":
-0.6 CF relative to hardened leather.
P. 106: Under "Horn", change:
Another is the scale armor worn by the Neolithic Sarmatians, made by slicing horses' hooves into scales and sewing them onto a garment with sinew.
Another is the scale armor worn by the Sarmatians, made by slicing horses' hooves into scales and sewing them onto a garment with sinew, as described by Pausanias.
P. 107: Under "Mail", change:
mail seems to have been invented in Central Europe in the fourth century B.C., and was soon adopted by the Celts and then the Romans (who called it lorica hamata)
mail seems to have been invented by Celts in Central Europe in the fourth century B.C., and was soon adopted by the Romans (who called it lorica hamata)
P. 110: In the Armor Table, the don time for cane armor (first line) should be rounded to 30, and not 28 as listed.
P. 116: Under the Shield Table, note  went missing under the art. It should be:
 Attacks at Shield-2 or Staff-4.
P. 139: In the first paragraph under "Bark Boats", change "eucalyptus" to "some varieties of eucalyptus".