Owain Ddantgwyn was a prince of the Mid Wales of today in the late 5th century. Some modern authors have conjectured that Owain could be the origin of a "real" Arthur. Gildas refers to Owain’s son, Cynlas, literally as "guider of the chariot which is the receptacle of the bear" (bear in Brythonic is "Arth"). The Owain as Arthur hypothesis draws on the relationships between Owain and his nephew, Maelgwn Hir, and compares it to the relationship between the Arthur and Mordred of legend.
Alongside the spear your typical Frank warrior would also carry a sword or shirt axe and a knife for close quarters attacks when the spear was too long to wield effectively. Description from medievalages.net. I searched for this on bing.com/images