RUDIS, the wooden sword used for both roman legions and gladiators to practice the sword combat. Made in tropical hardwoods.
The Galdius Trainer is a perfect pratical sword for re-enactors of the Roman period.
Campovalano type sword. Roman republican era.
This sword type featuring an elegant, strongly tapering blade is represented on many ancient Greek ceramics and was also used by the Italic soldiers between the 6th and the 5th century B.C.
Attractive and authentic replica of a republican gladius from France.
The first models of this type of swords were used by the roman soldiers from the reign of Augustus to the middle of the first century A.D.
Around the middle of the first Century appears this model of Gladius. It has straigh and parallel sides and its tip is shorter and stronger than other models.
Gladius of the Pompei type. Straight sides and small tip. Total length is 73 cm. Blade length is 50 cm. Carbon steel. Wooden scabbard covered with leather and iron decorations. With baldric.
Replica of a Roman Gladius, as carried by the Roman legionaries around the time of Christ's birth.
This a typical cavalry spatha from the first century A.D.
This Gladiator Dagger is a fine quality replica of a Roman Gladiator weapon found during found during the excavations in Pompeii, which was destroyed by the eruption of the Vesuvius in the year AD 79.
The parazonium was an early Roman dagger which had its origin in ancient Greece.
The parazonium was actually an early Roman dagger, or at times a short sword, which had its origin in ancient Greece.
The sword of the Thracian gladiator
FULHAM Type GLADIUS