Medieval Single Ball Mace. Weapon hit articulated with high impact, mainly used in central Europe between the twelfth and fifteenth centuries. Used in close combat to hit when it was no longer possible to use the spear or sword. Wooden handle national hardboard, with leather threaded handle. A headset frangiata always in skin closes the upper end of the handle, where is also fixed a metal chain attached to an iron ball bristling brocchi conical. The bone has a burnished metal chain to ensure the weapon on the wrist during the fight. Total length 70 cm.