62136 Saxon Defending with Spear ALGAR

W. Britains

62136 1/30 scale Matte Finish Single figure in box This warrior’s name means “noble spearman.” The most commonly employed weapon on the battlefield was the spear – primarily because of its simple construction. It did not require a lot of iron to create the spearhead, nor was it difficult to find the ash wood to form the shaft. The larger spears, like this one, were called Æsc (from the Saxon word for ash) and were tipped with a wide, leaf-shaped blade. Spearheads

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