Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Flammards

Also flambards. Two-handed swords with a certain wave or with a flamed blade.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Lance
Typical weapon of a man-at-arms. Firstly a long (9 ft) spear but later developed into a heavier and even longer form unsuited for infantry.
Schynbald
See Greave.
Ancus
Indian elephant goad; vary greatly in size from about 40 to 120 centimeters in length; shorter ones were used by riders, while the longer versions…
Goupillon
Steel, three-pronged horseman's flail used; head could be spiked or plain.
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