Parazonium-Greco-Roman Short Sword
Parazonium - Greco-Roman Short Sword
The parazonium was an early Roman dagger, or a short sword, which origins are from ancient Greece. It was carried by the high-ranking officers of the Roman Legions as an auxiliary weapon to their sword (gladius). It is a precursor of the pugio.
Its tapered leaf-shaped blade is a typical feature.
Our reproduction has an unsharpened blade forged out of high carbon steel. Its hilt features a pommel in the form of an eagle's head and is carved from genuine animal bone.
included is a matching leather-covered wooden scabbard with brass fittings.
Blade Material: spring steel EN45
Overall Length: approx. 57 cm
Blade Length: approx. 40 cm
Weight: approx. 1000 g
We do not sell this product to customers under the age of 18. Please email a copy of your Driving License or Passport upon ordering
Shipping Weight: 1.30 kg