what is the longest medival riders wood weapon

lance
1681
Hussar copy
5650
Hasta (Roman spear)
560
javelin
263
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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Paweł Terliczak
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