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Greek & Roman Gladius, Swords and Weapons

Greek and Spartan weaponry is a specialty offered at MuseumReplicas.com. The wide variety of weapons used during these ancient times can be found throughout our website. Gladiators will also find a selection of Roman gladii and spears.

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Spiculus Gladius

#501782
Admired for his fighting skills by the throngs of citizens that attended the Gladiatorial Games, the Gladiator Spiculus became personally favored by the Roman Emperor Nero. Spiculus was lavishly rewarded for his exploits in the arena. We've designed this gladius to be true to the period, but worthy of a champion.
$349.95

Peloponnesian Dagger

#404463
This dagger is copied from an original that dates from the 9th -7th century BC. The blade is bronze with a full profile tang The original likely had wood scales, we've used bone because we like how the color contrasts with bronze. The slim handle is scalloped to aid grip during a thrust. We designed a sheath with a highly embellished bronze throat and tip and three square medallions. A bronze ring is attached for lashing the sheath to a belt. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
$139.95

Triangular Spear Head

#601105
This Spear Head is hand forged from high carbon steel and is capable of retaining a razor sharp edge. Pole not included. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
$44.95

Javelin Head

#600038
Our replica javelin head has been hand-forged of tempered steel after the deadly spears used by ancient Greek Peltasts light infantry. Overall 9 inches.
$39.95

Roman Centurion Gladius

#501430
Truly worthy of a Roman officer, this beautiful Centurion Gladius has a high carbon steel blade that has been hand forged, tempered and factory sharpened. Baldric & scabbard included. Overall 28 inches.
$244.95

Greek Spearhead

#600074
This Spearhead measures 16’’ long and can be used both as spear and pike. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
$54.95

Euro-Spearhead

#600766
This style spear was put to use during a wide range of history, from Ancient Celts and Greeks to well through the Renaissance. This blade is made of tempered steel and fits a 1-1/4" round pole. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Overall: 16"
$49.95

Butt Cap for Greek Spear

#600036
This Greek-style butt cap protects the shaft and balances the spear. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Overall: 8-1/2"
$29.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Triangular Spear Head

Great looking spear head .  I Do not  know why it was made to fit a 1 inch shaft.  I think that it will take a good edge .
Chester
Reviewed by: Chester, July 30, 2021

Review of: Javelin Head

Just got two of these on the glorious Daily Deal (note to MR: the ploy DOES work!).  TERRIFIC pieces, both. Leaf blades are very symmetrical with even edges, and a good, solid thickness. Beautiful, clean finish. I don't think I'll sharpen mine at all; will have better endurance for target-throwing. Thanks!
Reviewed by: Gordon, October 25, 2017

Review of: Javelin Head

Bought two of them when they were the deal of the day and I'm very impressed.  They seem too be very well made.
Reviewed by: James, February 11, 2017

Review of: Javelin Head

I like my javelin tipped spear.  At the time I was considering a spear tip but thought javelin sounded sportier and would have a better chance with customs.  I thinned the blade to almost a cutting edge leaving the flats flat.  Then gave it a secondary bevel to finish the edge.  I had planned on mounting it on a 1” x 6’ red oak staff but the vendor was out at the time and my freight forwarder gave me a price on a 5’ staff of $75 leaving me to guess at the 6’ price.  This was on top of the staff’s price and domestic shipping.  So I removed my Chinese hooked spear head and mounted the javelin head on a 6’ single tapered rattan staff which is surprisingly stiff.  The finished spear is 79” and balances well without a counter weight on the butt.  It is fast and penetrates well.  I am very happy with my new spear.
Reviewed by: Paul, January 18, 2017

Review of: Javelin Head

Incredible value for the money, and a great throwing javelin.
I've ordered six (6) more. Thank you.
Reviewed by: Michel, December 30, 2016

Review of: Javelin Head

Everytime I order a product for Museum Replicas,every Beautiful piece is very strong and exacting to the historic references,Hank Reinhart did you all a great service Bless his Heart .These pieces are serviceable and Lasting with beauty to match I treasure every piece that I purchase for my collection of medieval weaponry I thank you for your product and your awesome prices such a great service you have there, and when I have one sharpened it is razor sharp immaculate thank you for such awesome products the beauty is unsurprising keep up the great work you have a lifetime customer who's always satisfied thank you!
Reviewed by: David, December 15, 2016

Review of: Javelin Head

A nice solid piece that will endure in battle. Craft the correct diameter of a pole, insert tightly and expect success.
Reviewed by: Carl, October 22, 2016

Review of: Javelin Head

Very impressive. Just what I was hoping for, but I can't find a long enough length of 7/8" dowel for the shaft. Have you considered offering 7/8" and 1-1/4" X 6' dowels?
Reviewed by: Scott, July 10, 2015

Review of: Javelin Head

Appears very good quality. Did not have a chance to mount on shaft yet. Sharpened them up. Held a nice edge. So far very pleased.
Reviewed by: Joseph, May 28, 2015

Review of: Javelin Head

I have ordered two and will order one more to complete my Thracian javelin set. The javelin head is the perfect weight and size!
Reviewed by: Guest, October 10, 2014