The Roman Lauriacum-Hromovka Type Spatha was in use from the late 2nd-late 3rd centuries AD, in a time when Infantry transitioned to the use of longer blades. The sword is based on original finds that are kept within the Aalen Museum.
This Spatha has a blade crafted from high carbon steel and it has a hilt of carved wood. A brass pommel nut secures the sword tang to the hilt. It is paired with a quality wood-core scabbard which is overlaid in stitched leather and finished with brass fittings.
Overall Length: 39 1/4'' Blade: 32 3/8'' 1 lb 11.9 oz