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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Compound-Hilt & Complex-Guard
Term for the many forms of hilts in Renaissance and on some late-Medieval swords. Ususally consist of finger-rings,…
Damascening
Also called inlay. A process used for the decoration of metal surfaces; usually silver or gold onto iron or steel. 'True'…
Hauberk
Long (up to knees or longer) coat of mail with originally long sleeves and later sleeves ending in mail mittens.
Solleret
See Sabaton.
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