A simple yet classic variant of the Roman Dagger, or Pugio
The Roman Pugio in its red leather sheath
Roman Pugio like the Titleburg Pugio were often carried by high-ranking Roman officials
Its full-width tang matches the profile of the grip
The pugio grip is steel matching out with the full tang
The Pugio hilt is made from steel
A look at the Titleburg Roman Pugion Hilt
The dagger was also used in ceremonial contexts, such as during the consecration of new soldiers or the swearing-in of new officials.
The Titleburg Pugio is a dagger that dates back to the 1st century AD. It was discovered in 1904 in a cemetery near the ancient Roman town of Titleburg, located in present-day Germany.
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