European (Bohemian, possibly Prague) ceremonial arrowheads, 1437–39,
steel, copper alloy, originally mounted on wooden shafts, extremely
large, probably symbols of rank or batons of command, decorated with
royal Bohemian monograms “AR” for Albert, king of Bohemia and Hungary
(reigned 1437–39), and badges in addition to religious invocations in
“I’m not going to break that easy"