Gladius Pompeii with bright scabbard and bandolier
Typical form of a Roman Gladius of the 1st century AD. The original dates from the year 79 AD, where the city of Pompeii was buried in the devastating eruption of the volcano Vesuvius. The blade is hand forged from carbon steel. The pommel and guard are carved or turned from hardwood. The handle is made of bone. Including a beautiful leather-covered wooden sheath with tinned brass applications.More information
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