Goedendag, Flanders 13th/14th cen.

The goedendag is a wooden pole (thicker at the top, tapering to the lower wooden end) with a steel spike of square base anchored in a steel ring. This weapon can be seen on the frescos of the Leugemeete in Ghent. Our reconstruction is also based on photocopies of archaeological finds available in the internet.

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Goedendag, Flanders 13th/14th century

The goedendag was used as an efficient weapon in the late 13th and early 14th century in Flanders by foot soldiers. It had a double function. It served as a club at first, but was also able to spear throught the armor of the enemy.

  • Overall length approx. 135 cm = 53"
  • Mounting approx. 34 cm = 13½"
  • Spike approx. 25 cm = 10"
  • Shaft made of asw wood, diameter approx. 44 mm
  • Weight approx. 2 kg

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