It is believed that in the Viking age maces with brass heads were worn by chieftains and kings on the battlefields as a symbol of power. We have tested similar maces in many fights and found out that through chainmail and padding this kind of a weapon won’t cause any significant injuries. It still hurts like hell though, so the maces might have also been used to give few good disciplinary blows to inobedient soldiers who weren’t following orders.

This brass mace is very similar to a macehead find from  a village of Hargla Tammeküla, in southern Estonia!


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