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A maul may refer to any number of large hammers, including:

  • War hammer, a medieval weapon, particularly, but not exclusively, associated with longbowmen
  • Post maul, a type of sledgehammer
  • Spike maul, railroad hand tool
  • Splitting maul, heavy wood-splitting tool resembling both axe and hammer


  • Al Maul, an American baseball player
  • John Maul (1857–1931), English clergyman and cricketer

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