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This is a replic of the famous Fulham Sword Gladius Fulham (found in Fulham, UK) now part of the collection of the British Museum. It is an example of a subtype of the Mainz gladius, with a blade that is somewhat more "waisted" in the middle part of the blade. Like the Mainz gladius, the Fulham has a long point.
Made in the Czech Republic.
Later Gladii are referred to as the Mainz, Fulham, and Pompeii types. In the late Roman period, Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus refers to swords called semispathae (or semispathia) and spathae, for both of which he appears to consider gladius an appropriate term. All types of gladius appear to have also been suitable for cutting and chopping motions as well as for thrusting.
Please read also our: Directions for the use of bladed weapons.