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Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Highly decorated medieval (?) french two hand mace

) french two hand mace

flanged mace

The flanged mace was one of the most brutal weapons used in medieval combat. Used by foot soldiers and heavy cavalry alike, these weapons were powerful and feared when put into skilled hands.

An excellent choice of medieval weaponry to crush a zombie head (or any head at that)

An excellent choice of medieval weaponry to crush a zombie head (or any head at…

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Late Gothic Crossbows and Accouterments

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Late Gothic Crossbows and Accouterments. One of my favorite bows

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Medieval European Daggers and short Swords

Rondel Daggers, second half of the century.

One example of a mace capable of penetrating armour is the flanged mace. What makes a flanged mace different from other maces is the flanges, protruding edges of metal that allow it to dent or penetrate even the thickest armour.

Medieval Weapons

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX One example of a mace capable of penetrating armour is the flanged mace. What makes a flanged mace different from other maces is the flanges, protruding edges of metal that allow it to dent or penetrate even the thickest armour.

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Flamberg Two-hand Swords, late 16th-Early-17th Century

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Flamberg Two-hand Swords, late Century

Medieval Arms and Armour - Battle Axes, Spears and Maces

Medieval Arms and Armour - Battle Axes, Spears and Maces

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