Indian tabar battle axe, late 18th century or earlier, crescent shape 5 inch long head with a square hammer opposite of the blade, 22 inch long steel haft, the end of the haft unscrews to reveal a 5-inch slim blade. Heavily patinated head and handle with traces of...
The men of Willem Barentsz shooting a polar bear while holding in back a with halberds. 1596 engraving by Gerrit de Veer Source A halberd (also called halbard, halbert or Swiss voulge) is a two-handed pole weapon that came to widespread use in the 14-15th centuries. ...
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