Sword from Stafforshire hoard. England, VI-VII AD.
Sword from Stafforshire hoard. England, VI-VII AD.
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Sword from Stafforshire hoard. England, VI-VII AD.

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Anglo-Saxon
VI-VII century

A type of sword guard common in the Wendel era. Since we have only one upper part of the pommel of the sword, we allowed ourselves to reconstruct the hilt in two versions – with and without a ring, which is not unusual in that era.
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Staffordshire_Hoard

-handforged (!) blade 75 cm
-crossguard 11 см
-blade width near crossguard 5-5,2 cm
blade width near the end 3 cm
-blade thickness near crossguard  5 mm
-blade thickness near the end  3 mm
-sword’s total lenght 90 cm
-weight 1,1-1,2 kg
-gravity center 10-12 cm from crossguard
-steel 60S2A (spring structural steel)

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