Seax of Beagnoth Replica with Leather Sheath and Runes. Seax of Beagnoth, or the Thames scramasax, is a 9th century Anglo-Saxon seax found in the River Thames in 1857 nowdeposited at the British Museum in London. The blade bears inscriptions of the twenty-eight letter Anglo-Saxon runic alphabet. This replica is based on the dimensions of the original.
- Overall length 94 cm
- Not sharpened, not tempered - decorative blunt replica
- Leather sheath included