"The staff or mace carried by heralds and ambassadors in time of war. This name is also given to the…
A Roman chariot.
Two young girls lost in the woods.
"In the Homeric times, the Greeks used a belt for the sword, and another for the shield. These passed…
Halberd, from the time of Henry VIII.
Halberd (Charles II)
Double-axed Halberd (Charles I)
Halberd, Do, with fleur-de-lis (Henry VII)
An illustration of a group of kitchen staff carrying large quantities of food.
"This instrument was long, and curved at the end. From the similarity of form the original staff received…
An ensign of authority.
An illustration of a man with a cane.
An illustration of a man holding a staff with an eagle perched atop.
An illustration of a man wearing a black top hat and holding a cane in his left hand.
"General Rosecrans, commanding the Department of Western Virginia, surrounded by his staff, at their…
"Sceptrum, which originally denoted a simple staff or walking stick, was emblematic of station and authority.…
A music staff with 6 and a half octaves.
"Shows the head of a thyrsus composed of the leaves and berries of the ivy, and surrounded by acanthus…