Roman Dura-Europos dagger with sheath, 303 BC
Roman Dura-Europos dagger like the one found in the city founded in 303 BC on the banks of the Euphrates River, now Syria. It is a piece for collection or props. Ideal to complement the Roman legionary costume. The blade is made of EN45 carbon steel and is NOT sharp. Handle made of wood, ferrule and knob in brass. It includes a wooden sheath covered in red leather and brass fittings as well as rings to hang on the belt.