Byzantine paramerion (scabbard included). Byzantium / Bulgaria. IX-XII AD.
Byzantine paramerion (scabbard included). Byzantium / Bulgaria. IX-XII AD.
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Byzantine paramerion (scabbard included). Byzantium / Bulgaria. IX-XII AD.

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IX-X century

The paramerion was the one-edged cutting weapon which was directly influenced by the sabres used by Turkic steppe peoples, such as the Pechenegs and Cumans, that the Byzantines employed as mercenaries or who served in the Byzantine army. The name paramerion means ‘by the thigh’, this may reflect that it was worn suspended by slings from a waist-belt, rather than the usual baldric employed by Byzantines for straight double-edged swords.

-blade 70-80 cm on demand
-crossguard 10 cm
-blade width near crossguard 3.5 cm
-blade thickness near crossguard  4-5 cm
-sabre’s total lenght 80-90 cm
-weight 0.9-1 kg
-steel 60S2A (spring structural steel)
-tempering 55 HRC

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