what is a mace used for?

Problem by rati: what is a mace utilised for?
a mace that was employed for the duration of medieval times?
info please anyone
i by now know that its a wepons
[if thats all ur gona place dont waste r time]
i also knwo how it looks and that its to destroy men and women

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Reply by MeMe
It was a weapon.

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  1. A mace is a simple weapon that uses a heavy head on the end of a handle to deliver powerful blows. A development of the club, a mace differs from a hammer in that the head of a mace is radially symmetric so that a blow can be delivered equally effectively with any side of the head. A mace consists of a strong, heavy wooden, metal-reinforced, or metal shaft, with a head made of stone, copper, bronze, iron or steel.

    The head is normally about the same or slightly thicker than the diameter of the shaft and can be shaped with flanges or knobs to allow greater penetration of armour. The length of maces can vary considerably. The maces of foot soldiers were usually quite short (two or three feet, or 700 to 900 mm). The maces of cavalrymen were longer and better designed for blows from horseback. Two-handed maces could be even larger. The terms flail and mace are often, though incorrectly, used interchangeably.

    Maces are rarely used today for actual combat, but a large number of government bodies (for instance the U.S. Congress), universities and other institutions have ceremonial maces used as symbols of authority, in rituals and processions and for other purposes.

  2. Mace had two meanings during medieval times, just as it does today. It was, and is, a spice, and it was a weapon. The medieval weapon was like a big club and it was carried by the royal bodyguard. Today, mace, in the form of a weapon, is something like a pepper spray.

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