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Greek Weapons

Greek weapons are very ancient in design, yet showed many signs of adaptation and evolution.  The spear is the most basic and perhaps the earliest form of weapon.  The sword developed from bronze age styles and was often wasp-waisted, with a relatively long blade.  The falcata, or kopis, a single-edged, curved handled cutting sword that could sever limbs in combat, was also a weapon used by the Greeks throughout the Classical and Hellenistic periods.

 

AH4111BN - Deepeeka Falcata (Kopis) with Bone and Brass Handle
Falcata of the Classical and Hellenistic Periods
5th - 3rd century BC

Price: $110
Authenticity Rating: 10

This replica of a Greek falcata carries a bone and brass handle with an incised depiction of a goose’s head.



AH4111BR - Deepeeka Falcata (Kopis) with Brass Handle
Falcata of the Classical and Hellenistic Periods
5th - 3rd century BC

Price: $110
Authenticity Rating: 10

This replica of a Greek falcata carries a brass handle with an incised depiction of a goose’s head.


AH4111H - Deepeeka Falcata (Kopis) Horse’s Head

Falcata of the Classical and Hellenistic Periods
5th - 3rd century BC

Price: $145
Authenticity Rating: 10

This replica of a Greek falcata carries a bone and brass handle with an incised depiction of a horse’s head. 


AH4212 - Deepeeka Greek Sword with Scabbard
Greek Sword of the Classical and Hellenistic Periods
7th - 3rd century BC

Price: $140
Authenticity Rating: 9.5

This is the classical style of Greek xiphos (sword) used throughout the Classical and Hellenistic periods by infantry. The hilt is brass and the blade is heavy steel.


AH4214 - Deepeeka Greek Sword From Trojan War
Greek Sword of the Classical and Hellenistic Periods
7th - 3rd century BC

Price: $150
Authenticity Rating: 9.5

This is another example of the classical style of Greek xiphos (sword) used throughout the Classical and Hellenistic periods by infantry.  Contrary to Deepeeka’s erroneous titling of this product, the swords used during the Mycenaean age, when the Trojan War would have taken place, were made of bronze and not steel.  The current sword, fashioned of steel, is an excellent replica of a sword from the pinnacle of Greek civilization.


AH6126 - Deepeeka Greek Bronze Spear Parts
Cast bronze spear head and butt spike from the Archaic and Classical Periods
10th - 7th century BC

Price: $215
Authenticity Rating: 10

We applaud Deepeeka in their attempt to make available spear parts from the earlier periods of Greek history.  The bronze butt spike was used throughout Greek history well into the Classical age.  The bronze spear head is a feature of the Archaic and early Classical periods, prior to the widespread use of steel.  This set of spear parts is highly accurate and is fashioned after the numerous archaeological examples seen in modern museums. 

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