This Roman spearhead was made after an original excavated at Hadrian’s wall. Such spears were introduced in the Roman army by Germanic Auxiliae and were used throughout the Roman and much of the medieval period. This spearhead thus covers two important periods. The spearhead has a central rib over the complete blade. It has two barbs.More information
Roman spearhead, about 200 AD
- 286 mm – approx. overall length
- 49 mm – approx. width at the barbs
- 35 / 27 mm – approx. diameter of the socket outside / inside
- Weight approx. 324 g (sharp version)
Please note: Originals of polearms often reached lengths of more than two meters (79 inches). This is more than the transport restriction allows. If you order this weapon replica with a wooden pole, it will be delivered in parts with a ca 198cm (78ichens) long wooden pole. You will have to assemble the parts yourself. All parts including rivets are included in the delivery. All needed pins to connect up the pieces including the metal strips that run down the shaft are supplied.
Included in these categories: Lance tips and spearheads