hasta

A spear or lance, as also used in: - hasta amentata - a thonged javelin. - hasta pura - a spear without iron tip used as a military decoration. - hasta velitaris - a light throwing spear with soft iron tip.

hasta

(from the article `phalanx`) ...the close of the 2nd century , the Romans found the Greek-style phalanx suitable for fighting in the plains of Latium. The basic weapon for this ...
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Hasta

[spear] Hasta is a Latin word meaning spear. Hastae were carried by early Roman Legionaries, in particular they were carried by and gave their name to those Roman soldiers known as Hastati. However, during Republican times, the hastati were re-armed with pila and gladii and the hasta was only retained by the triarii. As opposed to the pilum...
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Hasta

[unit] The hasta (हस्त (hásta); {zh|c=肘} ({zh|p=zhǒu})) is a traditional Indian unit of length, measured from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger. It equals 24 aṅgulas orᅠabout 18 inches, about 45 centimetres. 400 hastas make one nalva. == See also == ...
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Hasta

Spear.
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hasta

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