These axes can be used for cutting. The axe has many forms and specialised uses but generally consists of an axe head with a handle, or helve. The Greeks hardly used them and the Romans used them to cut the hands and legs of the auxiliary troops. It was also a weapon for the Germans and the Franks, and in the Middle Ages was in vogue in European armies. By the mid to late seventeenth century ceased to be a popular weapon of combat in Europe.
Viking ax. Scandinavia VIII century. 87 cms. long.
Valkyrie ax wood and zamak braided ornament.
Viking ax decorative made of wood and sheet steel.
Hacha functional launcher manufactured by the brand ColdSteel. Carbon steel sheet. It includes hammer to nail.
Falcon Peak functional ax manufactured by the brand ColdSteel. Carbon steel sheet in 1055. Mango sturdy wood.
medieval ax aged with etched. Wood handle and carbon steel blade.
medieval ax assault. Such weapons usually have a metal edge that is securely attached to a handle, usually wood, which aims to cut by hits.
XI century German ax 80 cms. long.
Great Axe 41 cms. with desktop stand.
Functional ax throwing fight manufactured in carbon steel and leather handle. The ax is a tool with a metal blade securely fixed to a wooden handle ax typical use is for cutting but in the past was used as a weapon of hunting and war. The ax was used as a weapon especially the Vikings, Normans and English who used axes from the Neolithic weapon.
functional Viking ax Thorvald made of carbon steel and wooden handle. Size = 70 cm shaft. Sheet Size = 10,5x18 cm. The ax was used as a weapon especially the Vikings, Normans and English who used axes from the Neolithic weapon. The ax is a tool with a metal blade securely fixed to a wooden handle. The typical use is for cutting ax but in the past was used...
Aged medieval ax double smooth blade. Wood handle and carbon steel blade.