The Parazonium was used by high-ranking officials in the Roman legions as a sword assistant.
The pungio was used by Roman soldiers as a weapon. Some historians think that this tool was used daily as a knife or for self-defense.
The "pugio" comes with its simple steel sheath and brass rings to hang it to the famous Roman belt "cingulum".
Replica of a Roman dagger found in the ashes of Pompeii, which was destroyed in 79 AD by the outbreak of Mount Vesuvius. This pugio has a simple steel sheath that has been decorated with brass fittings for fastening to the belt of the cingulum.
Handmade Roman with decorative bone cord. The blade has the typical curvature of a Roman knife. The curve allows the use of more force when cutting because of additional pressure with your index finger or thumb on the back of the blade. Knives of this type and in different sizes were found in military and civilian archaeological sites.