Double-edged Persian Axe with ornaments

Perhaps the most common hand weapon among Persians was the ax. Swords were more expensive to make, and mostly wealthy warriors could afford a sword. The prevalence of axes in archaeological sites can likely be attributed to its role as not just a weapon, but also a common tool. Several types of larger axes specialized for use in battle evolved, with larger heads and longer shafts. More information...

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SKU: mt_8651

Double-edged Persian Axe with ornaments

Please note: This is just an ornamental item, not intended for real use!

Persians most commonly carried sturdy axes that could be thrown or swung with head-splitting force. An axe head was mostly wrought iron, with a steel cutting edge. This made the weapon less expensive than a sword, and was a standard item produced by blacksmiths, historically. Like most other Scandinavian weaponry, axes were often given names.

  • Persian Viking, double blade.
  • Decorated with Persian Ornaments.
  • Handle made of hard wood
  • Axe head cast of Zamac (zinc alloy with aluminum, magnesium, and copper)
  • Not for real use, decoration only
  • Overall length: 60cm

Premium Quality Persian Axe from the Exclusive Collection “Historic Arms” made by MARTO®.

Original product, made in Spanish Toledo.

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