|9th Century Unstraightened War-Scythe
|9th century, unstraghtened war-scythe. From the manuscript of Wessobrunn, year 810, in the Library of Munich.
|Bohemian Crescent-Shaped War-Scythe
|Bohemian crescent-shaped war-scythe of the 13th century. From the manuscript of Voleslav in Prince Lobkowitz Library at Raudnitz.
|14th Century War-Scythe
|14th century war-scythe. In the Museum of Artillery in Paris.
|Swiss War-Scythes Of The 14th And 15th Centuries
|Swiss war-scythes of the 14th and 15th centuries. In the Arsenals of Zurich and Soleure.
|Scythe trident or ranseur for charging, of the 17th century. A German weapon of enormous dimensions being 5 feet by 4. In the Imperial Arsenal of Venice.