Curve to a sharp sword known as Stride and Latin Kopis in greek, widespread throughout the Mediterranean area between the sixth and third century BC, whose origin is probably Italic or Etruscan. The model shown above is one of the later versions, identified by the blade curvature accentuated with sharp tip and is suitable to bring both cutting blows of sword.
Used between the fourth and third centuries, especially among soldiers Macedonians and Carthaginians. Made with steel blade and bone handle and brass metal depicting the head of a horse.
Provided with a leather sheath with a knife accommodation service.
Total length 65 cm.
NB This article is currently available with red lining and brown as picture!