Bronze Julius Caesar Roman Sword with Scabbard by Gladius of Toledo Spain

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Seller: Top-Rated Plus Seller realcoolsavings (777) 100%, Location: Marlton, New Jersey, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 183278005218 Bronze Julius Caesar Roman Sword with Scabbard by Gladius of Toledo Spain Item # SFAG211VS Sword Overall Length: 79 cms - 31 inches Blade: Tempered Stainless Steel - etched both sides Scabbard: Leather with heavy Cast Metal accents Guard/Pommel: Decorative Cast metal Handle: WoodFactory: Art Gladius in Toledo, SpainHistorical Reproduction Replica. Julius Caesar (101 BC - 44 BC) was the greatest military and political leader of ancient Rome. During his lifetime the frontiers of the Roman Empire were pushed forward and secured. Rome was transformed from a republic into a government with a single ruler, and Caesar was its first dictator. Julius Caesar wrote some the finest works of history in Latin describing the campaigns he fought in Gaul and elsewhere. Julius Caesar was an architect, a mathematician and one of the ancient's world orators.There is no doubt that Caesar was ambitious and that he enjoyed the great power placed in his hands. This was given as one of the reasons for his murder at the hands of Brutus and Cassius. The Roman Julius Caesar Sword by Gladius of Toledo Spain is a Roman Gladius or short sword of the Legions. From the pommel, which features the Roman god Jupiter protecting the Roman camp through to the blade which is finely etched on both sides, and shaped in the distinctive broad pointed Gladius style favored by centurions and soldiers of the line, this authentic reproduction is a sword worthy of the men of the worlds first great military empire. Check out our other items ! Be sure to add us to your favorites list ! CHECK BACK OFTEN. NEW ITEMS ADDED DAILY. Must be 18 to purchase. Buyer responsible for knowing and obeying the laws of their state. Knives and swords are for display purposes only. Warning: All Edged Weapons, Battle Ready or Not, May Injure, Kill and/or Become Damaged if Used Improperly You must be at least 19 years of age in order to purchase any knife or sword from this site. By ordering any knife or sword you are certifying that you are at least 19 years of age. Purchaser is responsible for compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, which may vary. By accepting delivery purchaser agrees that RealCoolSavings and affiliated companies and individuals have no liability to purchaser, or any person whatsoever arising from any use of products purchased from this site. Sword Care Do and Don't Sword Do's & Don'ts: All edged weapons, battle ready or not, may injure, kill and/or become damaged if used improperly. Follow these do's and don'ts to safely enjoy your sword(s) for years to come. Use common sense. Do not swing any edged weapon carelessly. Keep in mind that your sword, battle ready or not, is still a potential weapon that can injure or kill someone. Although we all have a "warrior" inside of us, we are not always on a battlefield. Make sure you are in an area where you can swing your weapon without hitting someone or something. Swords can also slip out of your hands. Selling your sword to pay for a lawsuit settlement is a big bummer. Be very careful and use common sense when handling your sword. Do not bang your sword against another sword in theatrical-style duel . Do not bang your sword against any hard object to test its strength or the "sound" of the steel as it hits a hard object. No matter how tough or strong the steel is in any sword, it will nick when struck against something equally hard. In stage plays or in movies, theatrical swords with wide, thick edges are used. The edges are flat and often as much as 1/16 inches wide. Such theatrical swords are designed to take the flashy looking punishment of banging edges together. Your sword is not a theatrical sword. Your sword is a real weapon, designed so that they could fight in the manner that the originals were actually used. Since the cutting edges could easily be sharpened and were often used for slashing, parries were made with the flat of the blade (not the edges) or were simply avoided altogether. Real swords were never used for the theatrical style sword banging that movies or stage plays rely on to liven up action sequences. Do not attempt to chop down a tree with your sword. Such an activity is guaranteed to damage your sword. Axes and machetes are well designed for this with the weight of the steel concentrated over the point of percussion. When you strike a firmly fixed object like a tree or a thick branch with a sword, a great deal of the blade projects past the object being cut, causing the blade to bend or torque. It should be pointed out that the Japanese, who believe in a lot of practice with the sword, used thick bamboo. The bamboo was resistant to a cut, but didn't have the rigidity of a tree, and so would not have damaged a valuable blade. For a Japanese warrior to cut in to a tree would have been unthinkable. Condition: New

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