The Celt-Iberians of the Hellenistic period were justly famed for their iconic weapons, such as the falcata and kopis. The Greek falcata was one of the most devastating swords ever made in Greek history. The inward-curving blade delivers a tremendous blow that could split both shield and helmet. Considered to be of Greek or possibly Etruscan origin, this Grecian sword spread into Southern Russia and Spain, intimidating even the Romans. We provide an excellent variety of decorative and functional Greek swords and Greek daggers for reenactors and collectors. Our hoplite swords, falcata swords, Spartan swords, Greek kopis, and other Greek blades are made with attention to detail and excellent craftsmanship. Certain pieces are also inspired by the Frank Miller film, 300.
Hailing from Sparta were some of the foremost warriors in the ancient world. Brutal and efficient, the Spartans were a military power without equal, thanks in part to their weapons, one of which is the Antiquated Spartan Sword.
In the ancient realm, the Hoplite was one of the most feared warriors of Greek descent, inspiring fear with every stroke of a sword. Now, you can echo his powerful might by wielding a weapon like his own, the Black Greek Hoplite Sword.
Hailing from Sparta were some of the foremost warriors in the ancient world. Brutal and efficient, the Spartans were a military power without equal, thanks in part to their weapons, one of which is the Black Spartan Warrior Sword.
The leaf shaped blade was quite popular throughout the ancient world. Our Hoplite Sword features a steel guard and pommel with a wooden grip covered with leather. The high carbon steel blade makes this sword ideal for re-enactments.
The xiphos was not the only sword of the ancient Greeks. They also favored the kopis, a remarkable blade that had the speed of a sword and the weight of an axe. That design has been recreated for you today in this Cobra Steel Kopis.
Hailing from Sparta were some of the foremost warriors in the ancient world. Brutal and efficient, the Spartans were a military power without equal, thanks in part to their weapons, one of which is the Dark Spartan Sword.
The Falcata Sword is described as one of the most devastating swords that the Romans ever fought against. Looking at the blade, it is not hard to see why, as it utilizes a forward-curving blade design that is proven to be effective.
The inward curving blade on the Falcata delivers a tremendous blow and could split both shield and helmet. This sword is considered to be of Greek, or possibly Etruscan origin, its use spread into Southern Russia and also Spain.
While curved swords might have been used by the Greeks for their cutting power, oftentimes Greek hoplites and warriors were equipped with a straight sword, like the Greek Sword, because of its martial effectiveness and reliability.
Among the ancient kings, few can compare to Alexander III of Macedonia, also known as Alexander the Great. The Sword of Alexander the Great, by Marto, commemorates this brilliant man who mastered culture, war, and politics.
This Black and Gold Persian Ceremonial Sword reflects Greek-Persian influence with a double edged blade and decorated hilt featuring some of Alexander the Greats victories. This is a magnificent collectible from Art Gladius.
This Brass Persian Ceremonial Sword reflects Greek-Persian influence with its stylized double edged blade and richly decorated golden hilt featuring famous victories. This is a magnificent collectible piece from Art Gladius.