Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Glaive

A broad-bladed, single-edged polearm. Mostly an 18” butcher-knife on a 6 - 7’ pole.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Aketon
Quilted piece of clothing worn under armor, made to devour strokes.
Mortuary sword
See Backsword.
Scabbard
Sheath for a sword or dagger. Usually made of thin wood, lined with felt or sheepskin, and covered in leather.
Spear
Also volgue. Weapon with a long shaft, made for thrusting in the first place.
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