Ox tongue spear

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The ox tongue spear (langue de boeuf) was a type of broad-headed double-edged spear that was used in Europe during the 15th century. Some designs had protrusions from the middle or base of the blades, making the head similar in profile to a partisan. Primarily, it was large and heavy, used in skirmishing.


One of its many uses was for stabbing and cleaving.