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Pike
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Catalog Nr.: DB-03.02
Exclude VAT: 68 EUR
Include VAT (21%): 82.28 EUR
Length: 180 cm

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A spear is a pole weapon consisting of a shaft, usually ofá wood, with a pointed head. After the fall of the Roman Empire, the spear and shield continued to be used by almost all Western European cultures. Since a medieval spear required only a small amount ofá steel along the sharpened edges (most of the spear-tip was wrought iron), it was an economical weapon. Quick to manufacture, and needing less smithing skill than a sword, it remained the main weapon of the common soldier. The Vikings, for instance, although often portrayed with axe orá sword in hand, were armed mostly with spears, as were their Anglo-Saxon, Irishá or continental contemporaries.



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