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  1. Deepeeka Mainz Gladius

    Deepeeka Mainz Gladius

    Sword manufacture probably began early in the history of the Roman stronghold of castrum Moguntiacum. Swords made at Mainz were sold extensively to the north. They are characterized by a slight waist running the length of the blade and a long point.

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  2. Deepeeka British Pattern 1908 Cavalry Sword

    Deepeeka British Pattern 1908 Cavalry Sword

    Made by Indian company Deepeeka, these reproductions, while not suitable for use, are perfect for display. The steel guards and pommels are un-painted, while the scabbards have been painted black. The handle is of rubber and has a checkered pattern.

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  3. Deepeeka 'Horsehead' Kopis

    Deepeeka 'Horsehead' Kopis

    The Kopis was a one-handed sword with a forward-curving blade, primarily used as a tool for cutting meat, for slaughter and animal sacrifice. The kopis was also used in warfare as evidenced in ancient Greek art and literature.

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  4. Deepeeka Pompeii Gladius

    Deepeeka Pompeii Gladius

    The Pompeii gladius is named after the Roman town of Pompeii, which was destroyed by volcanic eruption in 79 AD with great loss of life, despite efforts of the Roman navy to evacuate the town. Four instances of this sword type were found there, with others being excavated elsewhere. The Pompeii gladius has parallel cutting edges and a triangular tip.

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