Roman Gladius steel blade with two wire and reinforced toes, large apple-shaped or spheroid bilenticolare on anatomic handle, formed by a cylinder with four depressions for accommodating fingers (made of cast metal).
Complete with scabbard suspension of eastern origin, ie with two rings on either side, covered in red leather. Carried by the legionaries, early first century AD An original of this kind in the British Museum in London and where the hilt is missing, you think it refers to a battle of 71 AD Found in Mainz, western Germany.
Comes from Hallstatt sword, and worn on the right side hung a Budrie passing over the left shoulder. Particularly suitable to hit the jab.
The operation is symbolic, the materials used do not allow changes to make the object functional.
Size 74 x 12 x 7 cm - weight 2515 gr.