Adagas Rome

Greco-Roman Dagger Parazonium
Made of carbon steel and wooden handle. brass guard and with handles. It includes matching sheath with brass finishes.
The Parazonium was used by high-ranking officials in the Roman legions as a sword assistant.
€71.40
Roman gold pugio
Decorative daga or pugio with golden finishes. Stainless steel blade with Roman motifs. Ornate strap.
€91.04
Pugio Romano Silver
Made of carbon steel and wooden handle. brass guard and with handles. It includes matching sheath with brass finishes.
The Parazonium was used by high-ranking officials in the Roman legions as a sword assistant.
€80.33
Pugio Romano Kunzing
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Replica of the Roman Pug found in Künzing - Germany in the 3rd century BC Includes a wooden hem decorated with leather and brass accessories.
€91.04
Pugio Romano Functional
Roman functional pugio made with 1055 high carbon steel blade. Wooden handle.  Includes wooden sheath covered with leather finishes and brass finish.
€91.04
Pugio Romano Pompeii
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Replica of the famous Roman dagger "pugio", found in the excavations of the ancient city of Pompeii, which was destroyed after the eruption of the volcano of Vesuvius in the year 79.
The "pugio" comes with its simple steel sheath and brass rings to hang it to the famous Roman belt "cingulum".
€74.97
Roman dagger Leween Pugio
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Roman dagger with double-edged blade and wooden and brass handle. Includes brass hem. Material: EN45 steel. Total length 37.5 cm and sheet of 25 cm. This type of Roman weapon was one of the most used since the 2nd century in the Iberian Peninsula.
Pugio Romano Pompeii
Pompeii Pugio, 1° ct ADReplica 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.
€80.00
Utiliy Roman knife with decorative bone cord
Roman Utiliy knife with bone handle Knife
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.
€32.13
Pugio Romano
The main weapon of the Legionaries of Rome was the sword sword (Gladius) and the puggio dagger, which was used on the left side of the belt. Pugio has a wide double-edged blade.
€139.23
Roman Dagger
Dagger Gladius pointed with stainless steel blade. Includes black hem. Length: 42 cms.
€23.56
Dagger with Roman Dura-Europos sheath, 3º c.
Roman Dura-Europos Dagger with Sheath, 3rd Century ADDura-Europos (also Doura-Europos or Dura-Europus)was a fortress city originally founded in303 BC on the banks of the Euphrates River (in what is now known as Syria) and captured by the Romans in 165 AD. Its geographical location at the crossroads of different empires allowed a wide mix of cultures and traditions. It remained in the hands of the Romans for nearly a century before being conquered by the Persian Sassanids in 256-257 AD.
Pugio 'Exeter', Roman dagger
The main weapon of the Legionaries of Rome was the dagger known as "Pugio", which was carried on the left side of the belt next to the stowed sword (gládio). The Pugio has a wide, double-edged blade. This type of weapon was developed in the Iberian Peninsula around the 2nd century BC. From then on, it became part of roman military equipment. It was the successor to the Parazonium and remained in use until the 3rd century.
€122.40
Pugio de Vindonissa with silver inlays
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Pugio de Vindonissa with silver inlays This beautiful, richly ornamented replica of a Roman dagger is an example of great craftsmanship. Both the riveted handle and the front cover of the sheath feature a very elaborate silver inlay. The wooden sheath is covered in leather, with four characteristic riveted brass suspension rings for a proper attachment to the belt. The blade has a total of four narrow fullers tapering towards the tip. The edges are not sharp. Our reproduction follows the model of an archaeological find from the Roman legionary camp of Vindonissa, today Windisch, Switzerland. The apple displays a trident, symbol of Neptune, the Roman god of the sea. This may suggest that this Pugio was originally created for an officer in the Roman naval forces.

Details: - Material: mild low-carbon steel - Total length: approx. 37.5 cm - Blade length: approx. 25 cm - Weight (with sheath): approx. 900 g
€568.00