Aegean and Mycenaean Swords
|Mycenaean Type CI Available early 2012
|Mycenaean Type F The original was found in a tomb in the Siteia region of Crete.
Length 58cm 650g
£180 for finished blade. £280 finished blade and hailted. P&P £10 (within UK).
|Mycenaean Type F Early Available early 2010
Length 39cm 400g
|Naue II Classic late Aegean straight edged blade used throughout the ancient world, from the Aegean to Europe.
This sword features a double forged edge. Length 70.5cm, 770g,
£220 finished blade £320 finished and hilted P&P £10 (within UK)
|Naue II Classic early Aegean straight edged blade used throughout the ancient world, from the Aegean to Europe. Length 63cm, 600g,
£180 finished blade £280 finished and hilted, P&P £10 (within UK)
|Mycenaean Type G (Horn Sword). This sword was found at the Mycenae Acropolis. Length 45cm,
£190 for the finished blade or £290 finished and hilted P&P £15 (within UK).
| Mycenaean Type B Short Sword. Blade length 39.5cm
Fully finished and hilted, £290 P&P £10 (within uk)
| Bronze Trilobal Arrowheads. As the Spartans took up their final stand at Thermopolae it is recorded that Leonidas said "If the Medes darken the sun, we shall have our fight in the shade" (Herodotous, The Histories).. and they did darken the sun, with a rain of bronze tipped arrows that tore up the very ground the Spartans stood upon. For centuries before and after the same bronze tip, with a three bladed head, served a variety of ancient armies for hunting and warfare alike - and as a currency as well. This copy faithfully reproduces the bronze trilobal arrowhead seen in the armies of Scythia, Persia, Greece, Carthage and the early Roman Republic.
30mm long 2.5 grams.
£50 for ten or £6 each P+P £5 set (within uk)