This Achilles is replicated from historical designs; its blade exhibits notable distal taper which ensures that it is a swift and agile performer. The well-carved and contoured grip fits nicely into the palm.This Greek Achilles has a leaf blade forged from high carbon steel; the hilt is steel with c..
Gladius (Latin: [ˈɡɫad̪iʊs̠]) is a Latin word meaning "sword" (of any type), but in its narrow sense, it refers to the sword of Ancient Roman foot soldiers. Early ancient Roman swords were similar to those of the Greeks, called xiphe (plural; singular xiphos). From the 3rd century BC, however, the R..
The Xiphos is a double-edged, one-handed Iron Age straight short sword used by the ancient Greeks. It was a secondary battlefield weapon for the Greek armies after the dory or javelin. The classic blade was generally about 50–60 cm long. It was generally hung from a baldric under the left arm. The X..