Encyclopedia of historical weapons - 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 steel counterweight or a sharpened butt-spike on its end. See also Hache.

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Barbute
See Barbut.
'Maximilian' armour
A modern term applied to the style of early sixteenth century armour charac­terized by narrow, parallel fluting, popular during the…
Sax
Also saex. Long and heavy single-edged knife prefered by the Nordic peoples. Saxes could up to 3 ft in length, and hilted like …
Kama
Sickle consisting of a tanged steel head fitted into a wooden handle; fighting style often utilizes two kamas, one in each hand.
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