Rommunds ornamental Axe, Viking Axe from Gotland

A Viking Axe based on an archaeological find from Rommunds, Gotland. This high-quality, hand-made Viking Age bearded axe is modeled after an original iron piece found in Rommunds (Gammelgarn, Gotland, Sweden) and dated to approx. 800 1099 A.D. More information...

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Item number: 11023

Rommunds ornamental Axe, Viking Axe from Gotland

The axe head was hand-forged from high carbon steel. Its particular shape shows plant ornamentation elements and its dimensions are true to the original early medieval Gotlandic find, which may have been used both as a battle axe and working axe and can be admired at the Swedish history museum (Statens historiska museum, also known as Historiska museet) in Stockholm.

  • The Rommunds hand axe comes complete with an untreated ash wood shaft.
  • Please note that, as the edge is sharp, this Viking period axe is designed as a collector's or decoration piece and not suited for combat reenactment!
  • Blade material: high carbon steel (not stainless!), sharp edge
  • Handle material: ash wood
  • Overall length (with shaft): approx. 35cm
  • Axe head: approx. 11 x 8cm (like the original piece)
  • Shaft thickness: approx. 3 x 1.5cm
  • Weight: approx. 400 g

The Swedish company SPQR offers a wide range of historical replicas. SPQR stands for Senatus Populusque Romanus (Engl. The Senate an People of Rome) and is a fitting name for a company specialized in the reproduction of artefacts reaching from the Roman era to the Renaissance period. SPQR has committed itself to making high-quality reenactment and battle-ready products available at affordable prices. The entire product line is made to historical specifications. Each piece is modeled on illustrations and photographs from historical books and museums, and SPQR works in close cooperation with a number of Viking and medieval reenactment groups in Scandinavia, Germany and the UK to jointly develop the most authentic products possible.

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