Julius Caesar Roman Dagger

£75.00

Product Details

Julius Caesar Roman Dagger, reproduction sword crafted in the world famous Art Gladius factory in Toledo, Spain. Features an ornate antiqued brass hilt, decorated stainless steel blade and black leather scabbard with decorative antiqued fittings. Dagger has a blunt blade and manufactured for display only.

By purchasing this reproduction sword, you confirm that you are over the age of 18.

Total length: 39cm
Blade length: 20.5cm
Grip length: 14.5cm
Weight: 825g
Blade width (base): 7cm
Edge: Blunt
Scabbard: Leather and Brass
*Dimensions are approximate and vary slightly from piece to piece

History

Julius Caesar was one of Rome’s most successful generals. He played a pivotal role in the demise of the Roman Republic and the rise of the Roman Empire that followed. His victories in the Gallic Wars extended Rome’s territory to the English Channel and the Rhine and in 54BC he invaded Britain. He was ordered to step down from his military command after the conclusion of the Gallic Wars but instead he crossed the Rubicon with the 13th Legion and entered Roman Italy under arms, where he quickly seized power and became Emperor.

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Product Details: Julius Caesar Roman Dagger

Julius Caesar Roman Dagger, reproduction sword crafted in the world famous Art Gladius factory in Toledo, Spain. Features an ornate antiqued brass hilt, decorated stainless steel blade and black leather scabbard with decorative antiqued fittings. Dagger has a blunt blade and manufactured for display only.

By purchasing this reproduction sword, you confirm that you are over the age of 18.

Total length: 39 cm
Blade length: 20.5 cm
Grip length: 14.5 cm
Weight: 825 g
Blade width (base): 7 cm
Edge: Blunt
Scabbard: Leather and Brass
*Dimensions are approximate and vary slightly from piece to piece

History

Julius Caesar was one of Rome’s most successful generals. He played a pivotal role in the demise of the Roman Republic and the rise of the Roman Empire that followed. His victories in the Gallic Wars extended Rome’s territory to the English Channel and the Rhine and in 54BC he invaded Britain. Julius Caesar was ordered to step down from his military command after the conclusion of the Gallic Wars but instead crossed the Rubicon with the 13th Legion and entered Roman Italy under arms, where he quickly seized power and became Emperor.

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