AA1400 Roman Cavalry Spatha with belt


The spathe (Latin for "broad blade") is a double-edged, single-handed sword with a straight blade. This sword form existed from about the 1st century BC. till the end of the early Middle Ages. The Romans used the spathe up to the fall of the Roman Empire.
The blade of this reproduction is made EN45 spring steel and is not sharpened. The handle is made of wood and bone .

The scabbard is made of leather covered wood with brass fittings and matching belt.

Blade material: EN45 spring steel
Overall length: approx. 81.5 cm
Blade length: approx. 64 cm
Weight: approx. 790 g

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