Some more stuff. Note that I won't be around from monday to next friday.Pictish axe
Generally know as the 'T-bar' axe. Note this is a handaxe.Pictish cavalry axe
Same with a longer staff.Saxon great axe (A) and cavalry axe-hammer (D)
First one would be a two handed axe, I guess vanilla axes could fit with a tad smaller head.
Second one is the axe found at Sutton Hoo, note that the shaft is also in iron.Frankish great axe
This would be a two handed weapon.Axe-hammer
Single handed axe, probably a tool.Pictish two handed axe
Same head than above, but two handed axe. See here:Germanic spears
I think several ones could be cool. Here some documentation. Hasta (roman spear)
Shaft could be painted with several colors (see my avatar).
Lenght: around 2 meters with the spearhead.
First one from the left would be really cool.Irish ribbed spear
See (n) on this plate. Would be good against shields and armor. Some other nice spearheads here.Angon
This is a must-be included weapon. It was primarly designed to be thrown, to make the ennemy shield useless or even reach the flesh behind it. It was a weapon with a great fame among the germanic nobles.
That's all for now! Don't hesitate if you need more detailed pictures of some of those. I tend to post drawings or photos of archeological pieces, but it might be easier to work with reconstructions of those weapons.