Aksumite weapons were mainly made of iron : iron spears, iron swords, and iron knives called poniards.
Another pressure point from a'65'by Cloonan and a volley by Aidan Poniard left the Tones facing a mountain to climb.
She threw herself at the Sultan Ahmed III's feet and begged him to poniard her rather than use her brother's widow with that contempt.
"' Picoplatin "'is a platinum-based antineoplastic agent in clinical development by Poniard Pharmaceuticals ( previously NeoRx ) for the treatment of patients with solid tumors.
Similar in design to a parrying dagger, the poniard emerged during the Middle Ages and was used during the Renaissance in Western Europe, particularly in France, Switzerland, and Italy.
Have they not consigned these miserable blacks to man eating-dogs until the latter, sated by human flesh, left the mangled victims to be finished off with bayonet and poniard?
Have they not consigned these miserable blacks to man eating-dogs until the latter, sated by human flesh, left the mangled victims to be finished off with bayonet and poniard ?"
The inhabitants of the palace " had their loins covered with gold-embroidered cloth and silk, wore poniards with golden hilts, ornamented with pearls and precious stones, and had many rings on their fingers ".
Amidea tries to appeal to the Duke, but he is determined to have her; before he can force her to submit, Amidea draws a poniard, wounds her own arm, and threatens to kill herself.
Gravestones in shape of stone sheep where were carved scenes related to sheep husbandry, are met in the territory of Armenian SSR . Images on them especially present border scenes, knives for shearing sheep, swords and poniards.