Greek Swords

Greek Sword
Greek sword with stainless steel central vein blade and black leather cuff.
Greek Hoplite Sword with Lion Sheath
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Replica of a hoplite sword from ancient Greece. The sword has a non-sharp blade made of spring steel. In the middle of the blade there is a pronounced central crest, typical of ancient weapons of this type.
The very nice cable is solid and polished.
The sword comes with a leather covered wooden hem with mouthguard and brass locating. These adorn the head of a lion on both sides.
Alexander's Sword "The Great" with sheath
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Alexander the Great sword limited to 1500 manufactured units. It comes numbered and certified. The leaf, cross and button have gold-encrusted details with apricot.
Sword of Perseu of Fury of Titans
Sword of Perseus in the Movie Clash of the Titans. The handle is finished with rope and wire guard is decorated with a Celtic trisquel. Synthetic leather sheath. Clash of the Titans is a 1981 film directed by Desmond Davis, adapted from the myth of Perseu and his struggle with Medusa to save the city of Jope and Princess Andromeda from death. In 2010 there was a remake with some fantastic places in the Canary Islands (Spain).
Alexander the Great Fighting Sword
Fighting sword of Alexander the Great, with brass and black/gold finishes.
Alexander III of Macedonia, better known as Alexander the Great, was the king of Macedonia from 336 BC. C. until his death and is considered one of the most important military leaders in history, for his conquest of the Persian Empire.
Tras consolidar la unificación de varias ciudades-estado de la antigua Grecia que estuvieron bajo el dominio de su padre, Filipo II de Macedonia, poniendo fin a la rebelión de los griegos del sur tras la muerte de éste, Alejandro conquistó el Imperio persa, incluyendo Anatolia, Siria, Fenicia, Judea, Gaza, Egypt, Bactriana y Mesopotamia, expandiendo las fronteras de Macedonia hasta la región del Punjab.
Greek Glasson Sword
The Glasson Sword is reminiscent of an Arabesque sword although its engraved blade includes reminiscent of mythological struggles of warriors with lions. Its handle is finished in silver and aged brass. This sword is manufactured in Toledo (Spain) with stainless steel of the best quality.
Greek Sword
Greek Xiphos, Hoplite Sword with Scabbard, Decorating Sword
The hoplites of Ancient Greece, the brave infantrymen best known for fighting in a phalanx formation and wielding a spear or spear (dory) and a large round shield (aspis or hoplon), are commonly depicted with a secondary weapon at their side. One of these battlefield side weapons, a straight, relatively short sword with a sheet-shaped double-edged blade called xifhos, was quite popular among the Greek armies (among others, the notorious Spartans). Designed to cut and push, it was mainly used by the infantry as a reserve weapon for close-range combat or when the spear had been broken, lost, or snatched in the fray.
Venetian cinquedea with hem
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Venetian cinquedea with hem
The Cinquedea is a late medieval and Renaissance short sword (respectively long dagger) with an extra ordinary wide blade.
It was developed in northern Italy and used mainly by civilians (certainly rich). The name means Five fingers and most likely refers to the width of the blade which is about one hand (= five fingers) wide.
Greek sword, alfedena type, with bone cord
Greek sword, alfedena type, with bone cord

This type of sword with an elegant and heavily tapered blade is depicted in many ancient Greek ceramics and was also used by italic soldiers between the 6th and 5th centuries .C.