Although most popularly associated with the Vikings, the seax, also called scramasax, was used across the whole spectrum of Germanic, Scandinavian and Saxon / Anglo-Saxon societies from the Migration Period through the early Middle Ages. Carried by both men and women, it was a multifunctional blade that served as a weapon of war, an everyday tool or an object of prestige. Surviving specimens furnish evidence that this particular type of knife or dagger could not only greatly vary in shape and design, but also in quality – ranging from plain, roughly made examples to sumptuous, elaborately adorned luxury pieces – and size.More information
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