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Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Battering Ram

A Battering Ram is a large chunk of wood used to knock down castle walls in the Medieval era. With the weight of at least four men behind it, this weapon proved to be effective.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Bardiche
Alsocalled berdiche. A pollaxe with a long, slightly curved blade, principally used in north-eastern Europe.
Mace
Metal ball attached to a wooden handle. All steel in the later times. Often a symbol of power.
Partisan
Special type of a polearm. Its blade is wide, long (2-2.5 ft) and sword-like and is also double- edged with lugs on its bottom.…
Targe
Small, more flat wooden shield covered with leather or metal-trimmed, later all- steel.
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