Gladius Sword Of The Roman Warriors

45.00€

Gladius was a Latin word for sword and is used to represent the main sword of ancient Roman infantry soldiers. The first ancient Roman swords were similar to those of the Greeks, called swordsmen. From the 3rd century BC, however, the Romans adopted swords similar to those used by the Celts and others during the early period of Spanish conquest. This sword was known as gladius hispaniensis or "Spanish sword".Characteristics:Blade 420 stainless steelThe handle and case are made of plastic with a wooden designBlade length 28 cmTotal length 43 cm..

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Gladius was a Latin word for sword and is used to represent the main sword of ancient Roman infantry soldiers. The first ancient Roman swords were similar to those of the Greeks, called swordsmen. From the 3rd century BC, however, the Romans adopted swords similar to those used by the Celts and others during the early period of Spanish conquest. This sword was known as gladius hispaniensis or "Spanish sword".



Characteristics:

Blade 420 stainless steel

The handle and case are made of plastic with a wooden design

Blade length 28 cm

Total length 43 cm

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