Ancient Spears?

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Ancient spears were made very similarly in the different areas of the world they were being made. The pole of the spear was wood with a bronze blade attached to one end. Sometimes, the spear tips were flint and a lot like arrow heads. The use of the spear as a weapon is pretty straight forward as the point's job was to pierce into the thing the user would like to kill. While it may not take as much skill as some other, more complicated weapons to master, it is still a highly specialized field of weaponry.
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