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Armas de Haste longa Européias [Sec X ao XV]

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Armas de Haste longa Européias [Sec X ao XV]

Mensagem por Caio Zenon » Ter Jun 23, 2015 10:09 pm

Poleax

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The poleax was a multi-purpose weapon: the spike was used for thrusting, the ax blade for cutting through armor, and the hammer head for crushing tissue and bones. This poleax has long langets and a rondel or disc to protect the bearer’s hands from weapons sliding down the shaft.

Características:
Data - Século XV
Origem - França
Compr. - 32 cm (cabeça)

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Alabarda

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Developed by the Swiss in the 13th century, the halberd was primarily a slashing weapon, although its spike could be used for thrusting. The fearsome Swiss infantry used halberds to great effect at the battle of Morgarten, where they destroyed an Austrian army, in 1315.

Características:
Data - Século XV
Origem - Suiça
Compr. - 47,3 cm (cabeça)

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Alabarda Alemã

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During the 16th century, halberds became increasingly decorative in style, but this example, dated around 1500, is very much a utilitarian weapon of war. A powerful spike is combined with a diagonal ax blade and a hooked fluke.

Características:
Data - Século XV
Origem - Alemanha
Compr. - 41,2 cm (cabeça)

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Bardiche

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Popular in Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, and Turkey from the 15th to 17th centuries, the bardiche was a form of poleax. A particular feature of the weapon was the attachment of the lower end of the axhead to the wooden shaft.

Características:
Data - Século XV
Origem - Russia
Compr. - 77cm (cabeça)

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Fonte: Royal Armouries Museum - Richard Holmes

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