This Greek Sword - Xiphos is a blunt replica of an original from the 5th century BCE. It was found in Campovalano, Abruzzo in Italy. Nowadays you can see it in the collection of the British Museum of London. Similar swords like this one were used by the Greek city-states.
- The Greek sword Xiphos is made of carbon steel, material for a hilt is bronze
- Measurements: 76 cm long, blade: 58 cm. Weight: 1 kg
- The sword comes with a wooden scabbard and is included in the price. Brass ornaments in the late Greek-Etruscan art style