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by Volusius Vetonianus
13 Mar 2010, 22:45
Forum: Izvoare scrise
Topic: The Roman Army Knife: Or how the ingenuity of the Swiss was
Replies: 4
Views: 4711

Re: The Roman Army Knife: Or how the ingenuity of the Swiss was

Salve et Salvete,

At the moment ARMILLUM has good replicas of the Roman army knive in his web-shop:

http://armillum.com/tienda/index.php?ma ... cts_id=471

and nice photos:

http://www.mambri.com/CosasArmillum/Cuc ... iusos.html

Vol Vet
by Volusius Vetonianus
10 Mar 2010, 23:53
Forum: Viaţa militară
Topic: Falx
Replies: 5
Views: 5135

Re: Falx

Salve Volusius! I am very pleased to find out that you like this weapon. Unfortunately, there aren`t many of them found, tis are the images of the ones that I know http://img138.imageshack.us/img138/9814/sabiifalx.th.jpg About the lenght of the pole, all I can tell you is that it was a double-hande...
by Volusius Vetonianus
10 Mar 2010, 23:41
Forum: Viaţa militară
Topic: Falx
Replies: 5
Views: 5135

Re: Falx

MARCIUS TURBO wrote:Salve Volusius !
I ask for a answer at your questions, at our friends archaeologists. ( experts in dacian history ).
Soon you have a answer.
I am hapy about your interest about Terra Dacica Aeterna !

Marcius Turbo ( alias Paul Cheptea )


Thanks for the moment!

Vol Vet (aka Juan van der Roest)
by Volusius Vetonianus
09 Mar 2010, 00:38
Forum: Viaţa militară
Topic: Falx
Replies: 5
Views: 5135

Falx

Hi, I am very interested in the falx! And I am searching for good close-up photos of this fierce weapon. You can use is sword-like and as a pole-weapon, what is prefered and why? What is the ideal length of the pole? And is it easy to fabricate it by yourself? Volusius Vetonianus, Batavian (aka Juan...

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