Late Roman Sword (Spatha) with Leather/Wood Scabbard, 3rd C
Late Roman Sword (Spatha)
Around the 3rd century the Romans began using the long, double-edged swords called Spathas, which were originally only used against the Germanic's.This replica is a reconstruction of a 4th century spatha.The hilt is carved from animal bone and the blade has two fullers.
Includes a leather-wrapped wooden scabbard with authentic brass ornamentation.
Total Length: approx. 93 cm
Blade Length: approx. 70 cm
Blade Width: approx. 48 cm
Weight: approx. 1200 gr
Weight Including Scabbard: approx. 1750 gr
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Shipping Weight: 2.50 kg