Approximate head size 26" X 3"
A pole arm that is seen in almost every example of soldiers depicted in art from the 15th and 16th centuries. It is a stout blade mounted via a socket to a pole, seen with varying lengths, and often with a rondel at the base of the socket. This weapon is light and deadly. The thickness of the head allows for exceptional thrusting potential while the speed of the cut on such a long reaching weapon would be devastating in combat.