Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Ahlespiess

A polearm common to German-speaking areas, particularly used by the Swiss and Habsburgs: the wooden shaft is relatively short, and the weapon is equipped with a long square rod that is sharpened at the end for thrusting. It could be used either to stab, or, if caught out of a close formation, as an effective anti-armor club.

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Form of coat-of-plates with hundreds of small plates, partially covering each other. Mobile yet protective.
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Term for the many forms of hilts in Renaissance and on some late-Medieval swords. Ususally consist of finger-rings,…
Saex
See Sax.
Jadagna
Club made of ironwood; sometimes fitted with a stone or metal spike in the head. 
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