- Bec de Faucon
Polearm with a large
hammer head instead of an axe, and backed with a spike or curved fluke. Usually has a heavy
- A broad-bladed, single-edged
polearm. Mostly an 18” butcher-knife on a 6 - 7’ pole.
- An integral flap of mail attached to the
coif in the thirteenth century; it could be drawn across the mouth to protect the lower face.
- Flanged mace
- By the middle ages, many European maces were all metal construction.
Flanges, spikes, and similar pointed protrusions were added to combat
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