I can't find them now, wrote them down on a copy of that part of the book while I was on the other side of the country doing home improvement.
I do know that I just picked the same formula so as not to change game balance
int+dam+1/2load-str+2(atk+dfn)=11 inexpensive single
int+dam+1/2load-str+2(atk+dfn)=14 standard single
int+dam+1/2load-str+2(atk+dfn)=17 expensive single
int+dam+1/2load-str+2(atk+dfn)=16 inexpensive great
int+dam+1/2load-str+2(atk+dfn)=20 standard great
int+dam+1/2load-str+2(atk+dfn)=24 expensive great
And I made sure that the formula for single+shield would amount to the same number as great for same price weaponry Shields have better protection, but lose initiative and its load is more, this is from personal experience, it protects very, very well, but is clumsy to lug about, also, those who heve trained in it almost always parry the first blow (either on shield or with weapons) then close in when the opponent is recovering.
I gave almost all great weapons greater initiative (longer, are better able to strike first), but removed a bit of defense (when opponents are within reach it is harder) and added load (those things are clumsy to haul about).
I made differing polearms, more spear-like and more axe like, subtle changes.
Warhammer has been scaled down to inexpensive with differing stats (how does a daneaxe deal less damage than a hammer? It also cuts the flesh)
The poleaxe of later date is best an expensive weapon, with better stats in defense (poleaxe with +1 defense, +2 init would do fine). The poleaxe described in Ars Magica fits daneaxes and other two handed axes of earlier date better
On top of my head Coat of Plates and Lamellar was mail with an added layer of 2 defense for 2 load, (8/11 for 6/8 load) This does not hold the expensive formula, but it is mostly a standard armour on top of an expensive armour, so the load and protection would better be calculated that way, Lamellar is a heavier and better protecting armour than mail, so uses the same formula, Llorica Segmentata would be a hauberk from this material.
Plate would do best to use 9/12 protection at 4 and 6 load, it is about as heavy and restricting as mail, just a lot better. Note that this breaks all kinds of formulas made to balance the game, but it was not fair to use on a battlefield as well...
Note that the greatsword mayl be fine for a XIIa, XIIIa, XVa, XVIa, XVIIa and XVIIIb sword, but caution should be used when talking about XVIIIe or other renaissance weapons.