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Roman Gladius and Weapons

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

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This blade is made of tempered steel. Fits a 1-1/4" round pole. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Overall: 16"

Gladius - Maintz Pattern

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

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.

Roman 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.

Roman Pugio

The wood hilt of this Roman dagger is paired with a fully tempered 1055 high carbon steel blade. Comes with a wood scabbard covered in leather with brass parts. Overall 19-1/4 inches.

Square Pilum

This replica javelin is of a late version common about 100 A.D. and is slightly weighted to aid penetration. Made of mild steel. Overall: 40’’

Wooden Training Gladius

This sword is made of wood, akin to the ones used by Gladiators for training, and honoring retiring warriors. Overall length 27 inches.

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Gladius - Maintz Pattern

Just received this sword and scabbard.  Both are amazing works of art!  No flaws, extremely sharp, and looks like it is ready to go on campaign anywhere in the empire.  I would recommend this to anyone looking to add a Roman piece to their collection.
Reviewed by: Ray, November 09, 2018

Review of: Gladius - The Pompeii

best beginner gladius on the market, seriously its a light and fast sword and looks better in person then you would expect, sharpening service was also decent
Reviewed by: Nicholas, September 04, 2018

Review of: Roman Centurion Gladius

Excellent sword
Reviewed by: Brian, August 23, 2018

Review of: Gladius - Maintz Pattern

This is one of my favorite short swords! From the camel bone grip, to the light and elegant blade!

Checkout my video of it.

Reviewed by: Stuart, April 28, 2018

Review of: Roman Pugio

A hefty dagger with excellent grip.
the only problem is that I may have
to buy the gladius.
Reviewed by: Lester, June 01, 2017

Review of: Wooden Training Gladius

My second one! Great substitute if you don't want the steel Real McCoy version. Great ribbed grip and pommel. Nice feel when held in ones hand.
Reviewed by: Bob, February 02, 2017

Review of: Gladius - The Pompeii

Except for one small thing, this replica has exceeded by wildest expectations! Great ribbed handle and pommel. Steel quality is terrific, and be prepared for a very sharp edge and point if you choose the sharpened option. My only slight objection is that the scabbard is not a tight fit for the sword. The sword is so sharp you could maybe cut yourself because the blade moves in and out of the scabbard so easily. I solved this problem with a few long pieces of cardboard inserted into either side of the scabbard.  This is an outstanding replica of the standard issue service weapon carried by the typical legionary.
Reviewed by: Bob, February 02, 2017

Review of: Roman Pugio

The Pugio arrived in wonderful shape. Museum Replicas packs all of their orders extremely well. I ordered it sharpened and it couldn't be better, you could shave a mouse's whiskers off while he was sleeping with this dagger and not wake him up.

My only complaint isthat the throat of the scabbard could be a little tighter to secure it while carrying.
Reviewed by: Mike, January 15, 2017

Review of: Gladius - The Pompeii

Excellent! Very impressed with weight and feel of the sword. The workmanship was very good and the service, received it in a few days, superb!!

D. Flaherty
Reviewed by: Donald, August 31, 2016

Review of: Gladius - The Pompeii

Excellent sword.  Arrived with defects. Round wood Pommel had been damaged and repaired with wood putty/filler. of course the filler would not take the stain as well as the wood. The wood guard also had dents. The sheath came with a dented tip that I was able to straighten out the best I could. The brass hardware on the sheath is thin and useless. The blade is very good steel and without any flaws. The balance of the sword is wonderful.  All of that said I still give this weapon a high mark for allowing me to own a fine example of a Roman Gladius. I own many real swords as well as replicas. This is one of my favorites. MRL please work on your quality control. There is no excuse for the cosmetic flaws associated with this sword.
Reviewed by: Gerald, July 29, 2016