Inspired by 4th or 3rd century BC falcata from Almedinilla, Córdoba (M.A.N., Madrid).
Deepeeka's version inspired by the Almedinilla falcata has a blade that is about 18 1/2” long.
Wood cored leather scabbard with brass fittings.
The falcata was a unique weapon, with a curved blade and a forward-sloping grip that allowed for powerful and effective strikes.
Real bone grip scales are used on the Madrid Falcata reproduction.
Detailed brass fittings with bone inserts.
The handle of the sword is made with bone scales on its full tang construction and decorated with brass highlights and decoration with a distinctive forward-sloping grip.
The falcata is a type of sword that was popular in the Iberian Peninsula during the 4th and 3rd centuries BC.
The falcata was a weapon that was widely used by the Celtiberians, an ethnic group that inhabited the central-eastern part of the Iberian Peninsula.
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