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Roman Gladius and Weapons

Gladiators will find a selection of Roman weapons online at Museumeplicas.com

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Centurion Gladius

This Roman Gladius has a hand forged high carbon steel blade. Antiqued parts are solid wood with metal accents. Baldric & scabbard included. Overall 28 inches.
$245.00

Eagle of Rome Gladius

This incredible gladius has a hand forged and tempered high carbon steel blade, it is truly worthy of an elite Roman officer. All parts are highly detailed and meticulously hand finished in solid metal. All parts have been antiqued to give them the same look and feel of a campaign used sword. Features baldric with a custom wood scabbard wrapped in leather and accented with real metal detail. Can be sharpened for an additional fee.
$245.00

Euro-Spearhead

One of the world’s most ancient weapons, the spear was a dominant presence on the field of battle for an amazingly long period of time. This particular blade form was put to use during a wide range of European history by a wide range of cultures, from Ancient Celts and Greeks to well through the Renaissance. The blade is tempered steel and the socket fits a 1-1/4" round pole (not included). Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
$45.00

Gladius - Maintz Pattern

This gladius in the maintz pattern has a faux ivory grip with ornate brass applique on the scabbard. Overall 28 inches.
$215.00

Gladius - The Pompeii

This is the shortest version of the Roman swords and the most popular one. It has parallel cutting edges and a triangular tip. Turned ash and maple handle. 2" wide. 28 inches overall.
$195.00

Roman Pugio

The wood hilt of this Roman dagger is paired with a fully tempered high carbon steel blade. Comes with a wood scabbard covered in leather with brass parts. Overall 19-1/4 inches.
$95.00

Square Pilum

This was the principal weapon of the Roman legionnaire, well designed to destroy the ability of the opponent's shield defense. The short head could easily penetrate a wooden shield, and the long neck prevented the head from being cut off. Thus encumbered, the shield was rendered useless, leaving the opponent unprotected. Made of mild steel, the pilum would easily bend, preventing it from being thrown back (when the heat of the battle had subsided, it could be retrieved and straightened). Our replica is of a late version that is slightly weighted to aid penetration, common about 100 A.D. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®.
$69.00

Wooden Training Gladius

Not only were wooden swords used by Gladiators for training, but if he survived the arena and lived long enough to retire, a symbolic wooden gladius (rudis) was awarded as a token of discharge and freedom.
$39.00