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The two-handed falx was a polearm. It consisted of a three-feet long wooden shaft with a long curved iron blade of nearly-equal length attached to the end. The blade was sharpened only on the inside, and was reputed to be devastatingly effective. However, it left its user vulnerable because, using a two-handed weapon, the warrior could not also make use of a shield. Alternatively, it might be used as a hook, pulling away shields and cutting at vulnerable limbs.- en.wikipedia.org

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Mace head, late 1300's- early 1400's. Eastern Europe, perhaps Hungary. Iron. 2 lbs. 14 oz. HAM #905

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