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Indo-Persian jarid (javelin). This was a military as well as the sporting weapon and some Turkish and Persian riders were quite adept in hitting their target from full gallop. Marsigly describes bouts at the Court of the Ottoman Sultan where the riders would square off against one another and try to score points by throwing blunt jarids with the intention of hitting the opponent in the head.

Indo-Persian jarid (javelin). This was a military as well as the sporting weapon and some Turkish and Persian riders were quite adept in hitting their target from full gallop. Marsigly describes bouts at the Court of the Ottoman Sultan where the riders would square off against one another and try to score points by throwing blunt jarids with the intention of hitting the opponent in the head.

Indo-Persian cavalry lance, 1600s, heavily blade with a thick, reinforced tip to punch through heavy armor. The tip is held in place with stylized animal heads, either horses or lions.  It is decorated with engraved lines and dots. Originally it would have been attached to a 12 to 18 foot shaft, enabling the horseman to engage an enemy at range.  Lancers have been around as long as there have been horses and the lace was a primary weapon. length 14 ½ inches, blade length 9 inches.

Indo-Persian cavalry lance, 1600s, heavily blade with a thick, reinforced tip to punch through heavy armor. The tip is held in place with stylized animal heads, either horses or lions. It is decorated with engraved lines and dots. Originally it would have been attached to a 12 to 18 foot shaft, enabling the horseman to engage an enemy at range. Lancers have been around as long as there have been horses and the lace was a primary weapon. length 14 ½ inches, blade length 9 inches.

Hallebarde à fer et croc ajourés, Italie fin XVIe siècle. An Italian halberd,

Hallebarde à fer et croc ajourés, Italie fin XVIe siècle. An Italian halberd,

Halberd 20021 - LUTEL ARMOURY WEBSITE E-SHOP swords historical weapons replicas rapiers katzbalgers daggers blades

Halberd 20021 - LUTEL ARMOURY WEBSITE E-SHOP swords historical weapons replicas rapiers katzbalgers daggers blades

Good African spear from the Congo fine steelwork

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Different spear heads used by the Vikings. A lot of them were richly decorated on their barrel.

Different spear heads used by the Vikings. A lot of them were richly decorated on their barrel.

Three Indo-Persian jarid (javelin) and scabbard.This was a military as well as the sporting weapon and some Turkish and Persian riders were quite adept in hitting their target from full gallop. Marsigly describes bouts at the Court of the Ottoman Sultan where the riders would square off against one another and try to score points by throwing blunt jarids with the intention of hitting the opponent in the head.

Three Indo-Persian jarid (javelin) and scabbard.This was a military as well as the sporting weapon and some Turkish and Persian riders were quite adept in hitting their target from full gallop. Marsigly describes bouts at the Court of the Ottoman Sultan w

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