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Military, Blunt, Sidearm, Cavalry, Central Asia, Middle East, Africa
A wooden haft with a small striking head of iron or bronze (or in some cases, even stone) frequently knobbed or shaped to enhance striking effectiveness. Light maces were a popular cavalry weapon going way back into antiquity, particularly on the Asian steppes. These were often wielded with a wrist thong to aid in weapon retention when striking someone during a ride-by attack, and could be thrown at their targets as well.
Mongol light Mace, 19th Century
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