what is the longest medival riders wood weapon

lance
Hussar copy
Hasta (Roman spear)
javelin
The hussar's copy was the longest piece of para­chute ever used by any rider. It reached 4.5-5.5 m long (some­times even 6.2 m). Commonly referred to as "tree", until the 2nd half. The 16th century was made of fir and did not exceed 3 m in length. In the 17th-18th cen­turies, im­prove­ments were made. From now on, aspen wood was hollow in the middle of the tip to the knob (me­dieval had a palm rest in its place), in order to reduce the weight.

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Hussar copy
Hasta (Roman spear)
javelin
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flagthe United States
17%
78%
4%
0%
23
flagUnknown
18%
74%
4%
2%
1072
flagGermany
7%
74%
7%
11%
81
flagPoland
21%
68%
6%
3%
6332
flagthe Netherlands
16%
66%
16%
0%
18
flagthe United Kingdom
22%
65%
5%
6%
122
flagRepublic of Ireland
46%
46%
7%
0%
13
flagFrance
35%
42%
21%
0%
14
flagSweden
40%
40%
20%
0%
10

Gender

men74%
women54%
lance
18%
26%
Hussar copy
74%
54%
Hasta (Roman spear)
4%
15%
javelin
2%
3%

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