Poleaxe Bec de Corbin, French Crow’s Beak
Popular in medieval Europe, a bec de corbin was simply another name for a poleaxe. This shortened version consists of a modified hammer head and a spike, which are mounted on a wooden rod. The hammerhead balanced its beak and was dull in contrast to the Lucerne design, which had several points. The beak was usually squat, which made it easier to penetrate armor and get riders off their horses.More information
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