High Mediæval axes, maces and polearms (1001 – 1300) (Only historically accurate)

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Axe find from Żagań, Poland / 11th-12th century Source: Wanda Tarnowska: “Topory wczesnośredniowieczne z obszaru Śląska”, Światowit 24, 1962

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A 12th/13th century battle axe with its original wooden haft still attached, from River Corrib, Co Galway, Ireland

An iron battle axe with surviving wooden haft, century in date, found in the River Corrib, Co.

Bardiche 12th century  1200 - 1300 - Vitebsk, Belarus  Bardiches dated to the 12th century, from Vitebsk, Belarus   ATHENAIA - Arms & Armour Database

Bardiche century 1200 - 1300 - Vitebsk, Belarus Bardiches dated to the century, from Vitebsk, Belarus ATHENAIA - Arms & Armour Database

Axe find from Gubin, Poland / 11th-12th century Source: Wanda Tarnowska: “Topory wczesnośredniowieczne z obszaru Śląska”, Światowit 24, 1962

West Slavic axes discovered in the territory of Poland:

Mace, morningstar, 11-13 centuries.  Ancient Rus, Slavs, nomads

Mace, morningstar, 11-13 centuries. Ancient Rus, Slavs, nomads

Axe find from Nakło, Poland / 11th century Source: Wanda Tarnowska: “Topory wczesnośredniowieczne z obszaru Śląska”, Światowit 24, 1962

West Slavic axes discovered in the territory of Poland:

81. Battle axes X of the first half XIII centuries .: Ladoga, Angles (South Ladoga region) Pozhnya-machine (Kostroma region.)

Battle axes X of the first half XIII centuries .

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