Bardiche. Medieval weapons-polearms. Medieval pole axe used in Eastern Europe and in Russia.
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Head 22 1/2", Pole 42".
Bardiche or berdiche ("long poleaxe") is a type of glaive polearm known in the 16th and 17th centuries in Eastern Europe and Russia.
Ultimately a descendant of the medieval sparth (Danish axe), the bardiche proper appears after 1500, but there are numerous medieval manuscripts that depict very similar weapons beginning ca. 1250. The bardiche differs from the halberd in having neither a hook at the back nor a spear point at the top.
Medieval weapons / Polearms / Pole weapons.
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