High Mediæval axes, maces and polearms (1001 – 1300) (Only historically accurate)
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Mace head, late 1300's- early 1400's. Eastern Europe, perhaps Hungary. Iron. 2 lbs. 14 oz. HAM #905
Mace - German, 13th / 14th century. Bronze Mace head with six blow leaves and strong, round spout. Supplemented wooden shaft. Stark Cleaned excavation discovery. Length 55 cm. The handle is most certainly new.
European battle axe, ca.1100-1300.
Axe find from Żagań, Poland / 11th-12th century Source: Wanda Tarnowska: “Topory wczesnośredniowieczne z obszaru Śląska”, Światowit 24, 1962
Bardiche 12th century 1200 - 1300 - Vitebsk, Belarus Bardiches dated to the 12th century, from Vitebsk, Belarus ATHENAIA - Arms & Armour Database
Mace head - German, 13th / 14th century. Bronze with green patina. Four sided head with bold square and smaller triangular spines. Conical (at the end slightly damaged) round sleeve. Cleaned excavation discovery. Height 5 cm.
Large 12th century European battleaxe.
Medieval Khazar(?) weapons from Koczownicy, Ukraine.
Axe find from Gubin, Poland / 11th-12th century Source: Wanda Tarnowska: “Topory wczesnośredniowieczne z obszaru Śląska”, Światowit 24, 1962