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A.Spartan Sword
B.Greek Parazonium dagger
C.Greco Roman Parazonium Short Sword
SKU: A.AH4213
B.AH3270
C.AH3278
Actual Weight: -----
Shipping Weight: -----
MSRP: -----



Product Detail



Product Name: A.Spartan Sword
B.Greek Parazonium dagger
C.Greco Roman Parazonium Short Sword

SKU: A.AH4213
B.AH3270
C.AH3278

Features

  • A) Spartan sword of carbon stell 21" blade, 6" leather wrapped handle,3" at the widest point, 1/8" thick, 3 lbs., brass guard and pommel, matching scabbard
  • B) Parazonium dagger with a hand forged fullered EWN45 steel blade, hardwood hilt, brass pummel and guard, matching scabbard
  • C) Parazonium short sword,unsharpened high carbon leaf shaped 15.5" blade, a brass plate tops the blade where carved layers of bone create the guard, hilt and regal Roman eagle forming the pommel. A word core scabbard covered with red textured leather, features brass throat, chape, and hanging rings

Description

  • A) This fantasy Spartan dagger is based on the film "300". It has a blunt edged carbon steel blade and leather wrapped handle with brass pommel and guard.
  • B) this classic reproduction, with it's long trianglar blade reflects the Celtic/Scottish influence in some weaponry from this period.
  • C) Greco-Roman Parazonium short sword with scabbard

Historical Period

  • B) Greek Parazonium dagger was a sysmbol of rank and was often used to rally the troops

Inspiration

  • A) inspired by the film "300"
  • B) A parazonium is a long triangular dagger, wide at the hilt end and coming to a point. In the Roman mythology, it is frequently carried by Virtus, particularly on early representations. It is also sometimes carried by Mars, or Roma, or the Emperor, giving them the aura of courage. Virtus on a coin holding spear and parazonium.