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Greek Kopis

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Price: $165.00 

Greek Kopis


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    Circa 300 BC

    Although the leaf blade Hoplite Sword is most often associated with the ancient Greek warrior, the Kopis was widespread and much in use all across the Greek Isles and indeed other areas under their influence, even including their ofttimes enemy, Persia. This is due, no doubt, to the fact that it is a very effective weapon, being able to split bronze helms and wooden shields. Blade sizes varied from about 8" up to about 22" in length. We have chosen to replicate a mid-size blade that would have been carried alone or sometimes with a longer Hoplite Sword. The fullered blade is high carbon steel and has polished buffalo horn scales riveted to a full profile tang with steel spacers and tip. Comes with leather scabbard with shoulder straps that can be tied at the desired length. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®.
    • Overall: 21"
    • Blade: 14-3/4" long, 2-1/2" wide, 3/16" thick
    • Wt: 1 lb/7 oz
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    1. Shaye on 1/30/2011, said:

    im just going by looks but it looks like it is a blade heavy slashing weapon perfect for reinactments and fairs
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