The shape of the Spatha dates back to the 1st century BC and lasted until the late Middle Ages Earls around 1050 AD.
Adopted from Celtic auxiliaries, The Spatha found its way into the Roman army and dissolved the Gladius around 200-300 AD.
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Includes leather hem.
Details:- Total length: approx. 49 cm- Blade length: approx. 31 cm
The tantō is a short weapon, a "small katana", with the design of the leaf and the simplest tsuka (cable). It is loaded on the obi (belt) because it can be hidden easily. Although the samurai's secondary weapon was wakizashi or kodachi (shorter than tachi), some samurai preferred the Tantō for ease of handling and as a complement to their martial arts body.
With this sword of military origin was fought in battles of the time. The avant-garde design of the blade adapted to penetrate horizontally, has not been repeated in history, but has a functionality without doubt.
The model of this replica is a curious 16th-century battle hammer, presumably from Germany.
The hammer is shaped like a handle holding a dagger. The handle is made of brass, the dagger is out
The shaft of the wooden hammer has a brass ring at the end.
Weapons of this type are quite rare and were probably not combat tools, but pompous items.
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- Curious shaped hammer
- Steel hammer head and thorn