The "Alfedena" Sword
Greek hoplite sword probably adopted from the Etruscans. The handles and the top and bottom of the scabbard are made of bone covered with iron. This iron facing has pierced decoration so that the bone shows through. Found in the necropolis of Alfedena, Italy, 6th century BC.
Excellent realistic feeling. Fully functional, specially designed for reenactments.Characteristics: