"Now Argus had a hundred eyes in his head, and never went to sleep with more than two at a time, so he kept watch of Io constantly." —Bulfinch, 1897

Argus

"Now Argus had a hundred eyes in his head, and never went to sleep with more than two at a time, so…

A blunt weapon used for in close combat.

Bronze Club

A blunt weapon used for in close combat.

"A distortion or twisting of the foot by one or more of its muscles being permanently shortened. It may exist from birth or occur in early childhood after convulsive fits." — Chambers, 1881

Club Foot

"A distortion or twisting of the foot by one or more of its muscles being permanently shortened. It…

"Scale sporopyll and sporangium of club moss."—Finley, 1917

Spore of club moss

"Scale sporopyll and sporangium of club moss."—Finley, 1917

"Being at <em>club rifle</em>, order arms is resumed by command." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Club rifle

"Being at club rifle, order arms is resumed by command." — Moss, 1914

"Being at <em>club rifle</em>, order arms is resumed by command." &mdash; Moss, 1914

Club rifle

"Being at club rifle, order arms is resumed by command." — Moss, 1914

An Indian war club used in battle.

War Club

An Indian war club used in battle.

A golfer at the end of a swing.

Golfer

A golfer at the end of a swing.

A man playing golf, with his wife and young caddy.

Golfers

A man playing golf, with his wife and young caddy.

A collection of Native American war clubs, weapons used for war.

Indian War Clubs

A collection of Native American war clubs, weapons used for war.

An illustration of a 13th century mace. A mace is a simple weapon or ceremonial club or virge that uses a heavy head on the end of a handle to deliver powerful blows. A development of the club, a mace differs from a hammer in that the head of a mace is radially symmetric so that a blow can be delivered equally effectively with any side of the head. A mace consists of a strong, heavy wooden, metal-reinforced, or metal shaft, with a head made of stone, copper, bronze, iron or steel.

13th Century Mace

An illustration of a 13th century mace. A mace is a simple weapon or ceremonial club or virge that uses…

An illustration of a 15th century mace.

15th Century Mace

An illustration of a 15th century mace.

An illustration of a mace also known as the holy water sprinkler and morning-star mace.

Holy Water Sprinkler Mace

An illustration of a mace also known as the holy water sprinkler and morning-star mace.

Muse of tragedy

Melpomene

Muse of tragedy

Ogre leaning on club

Ogre

Ogre leaning on club

Ogre stuck in window

Ogre

Ogre stuck in window

A shield and assortment of Native American weapons.

Shield and Weapons

A shield and assortment of Native American weapons.