AH2002 3rd C Roman Spatha

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A.3rd C Roman Spatha
B.3rd C. Roman Sword
C.Caesarean Sword with Bone Handle
D.Late Late Roman Spatha
E.Caesarean Gladius
SKU: A.AH2002
B.AH4221
C.AH4228
D.AH2001
E. AH4229
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Product Name:A.3rd C Roman Spatha
B.3rd C. Roman Sword
C.Caesarean Sword with Bone Handle
D.Late Late Roman Spatha
E.Caesarean Gladius

SKU: A.AH2002
B.AH4221
C.AH4228
D.AH2001
E. AH4229

Features

  • A) Spatha: a typical 3th century Roman sword; patterned after a typical 3th century Roman sword that would have been used heavily by front-line troops and heavy infantry units; a long, unadorned blade; The guard is a decorative square carved with subtle designs; the grip features spiral patterns along with attractive brass adornments; The pommel is diamond shape with flattened facets, along with a small brass cap on the end; a matched wood scabbard wrapped with vibrant red leather and lined with brass adornments, including carrying rings and a circular brass chape; Overall 32" long.
  • B) 3rd C. Roman Sword; intricately carved bone hilt; blunted carbon steel blade; Red leather wrapped wooden scabbard; Measurements: Overall 33 1/2" long. Blade 24 3/4" long. Blade 2 1/8" wide. POB 8" from guard
  • C) The Cesarian Sword with White Handle; stainable vegetable tanned leather scabbard; simple brass decor; wood and bone hilt with a swirl pattern cut into the bone; Blade 26 inches, Overall 34 inches; the pommel nut is no longer a hex nut!
  • D) Late Roman Spatha: unsharpened carbon steel blade with double fuller; polished bone hilt with brass accents; wood scabbard with dark grey leather wrap and brass throat and tip; Overall Length: 36 1/4 Blade: 27 1/2, Weight: 2 lb 11 oz, P.O.B.: 7 5/8, Thickness: 5.6 mm - 4.5 mm, Width: 48.3 mm; Grip Length: 4 1/8; Pommel: Threaded
  • E) Caesarean Gladius  ; stainable vegatable tanned leather scabbard with brass trim; swirl pattern carved hardwood hilt; Blade 26 inches, Overall 34 inches

Description

  • A) Ornate and Impressive Looking Roman Spatha, features an unadorned straight edge blade, a

handle made from polished bone, and a hardwood sheath with brass adornments

  • B) The 3rd Century Roman Sword features an intricately carved bone hilt with blunted carbon steel blade. Red leather wrapped wooden scabbard with brass fittings
  • C) The Cesarian Sword; Another new Deepeeka sword with stainable veg tan leather scabbard, simple brass decor. Beautiful wood and bone handle with a swirl pattern cut into the bone. Also note that the pommel nut is no longer a hex nut!
  • D) Late Roman Spatha, unsharpened carbon steel blade with double fuller design. The hilt is finished in polished bone with brass accents. Includes a matching wood scabbard with dark grey leather wrap and brass throat and tip
  • E) The Cesarian Sword with Wooden handle is a wonderful sword of Roman design with a stainable vegetable tanned leather scabbard, simple brass decor. It has a beautiful wooden handle with a swirl pattern cut into the wood.

Historical Period

The spatha was a type of straight and long sword, measuring between 0.75 and 1 m (30 and 39 in), in use throughout first millennium AD Europe, and in the territory of the Roman Empire until about 600 AD.

Inspiration

patterned after a typical 3th century Roman sword that would have been used heavily by front-line troops and heavy infantry units