the pommel cap and the guard are only slightly arched towards the blade. The blade is of flattened diamond section. The grip is made of bright burl-wood. This dagger is a very early one, dating to the second half of the century or early century.
A selection of arrow heads used by Roman Auxiliaries. These reproductions are from the collection of Ian 'Spike' Martin of the Britannia Re-enactment Group. Reproduction Roman arrow heads each designed for a specific purpose.