War weapons in medieval times. Richard III was thought to have been killed by a soldier yielding a Halberd.
Medieval Weapons. Ugh I've been saying battleaxe when I really meant halberd. Well, I'm off to fix EVERYTHING now.
Flail. This was one of the best weapons to face off a swordsman. If the man tried to block the blow with his sword the sword would brake or go flying. Then if the chain hit the shield it could whip around and hit the swordsman in the helm.
Sizes and shapes of Polearms http://medieval.stormthecastle.com/armorypages/medieval-polearms.htm
Castle Keep - Large Two handed medieval Warsword, with brazil nut pommel and 38” blade. Single narrow fuller, leather bound grip.
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Medieval & Renaissance Warfare Encyclopedia
Flails - The military flail or simply flail is a weapon commonly attributed to the Middle-Ages but for which only a limited amount of historical evidence currently exists for most of this era.
Flanged maces. A mace is a simple weapon that uses a heavy head on the end of a handle to deliver powerful blows.