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Origin of Mace
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Fifty-six blows of square-headed iron maces were traced on Erik's skull when his tomb was opened in the seventeenth century.
Bhima came and proud Duryodhan with their maces held on high, Like two cliffs with lofty turrets cleaving through the azure sky!Maha-bharata|Anonymous
They made havoc with their swords, pikes and maces among the English ranks.The Executioner's Knife|Eugne Sue
Again, some took most care of their legs, and carried an axe; others bore maces of steel.Chaucer for Children|Mrs. H. R. Haweis
Shall I join forces with the laughing beauties who are handling maces in the billiard room of the inn hard by?