Seax, Long

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Long Seax blade, excavated in Norway, 11th Century. It originally would have had a hilt and probably some kind of small quillions
The famous ‘broken back’ long-seax or scrameseax excavated from the Thames river, featuring runic inscription on the blade. Saxon, 10th Century. This would also have a hilt and possibly some kind of quillions. Due to the silver inlay it would have been a +5 Ehren weapon
Modern replica of the Thames river scrameseax, representing a 10th Century Saxon weapon.