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The Roman Gladius Swords
 

The Roman Gladius Swords

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Much have been said and assumed about the emergence of this Gladius Sword. People in the ancient times actually thought that this armament was patterned to the Mainz, but several studies were ...

Much have been said and assumed about the emergence of this Gladius Sword. People in the ancient times actually thought that this armament was patterned to the Mainz, but several studies were conducted and all proved this to be wrong.

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    • The Roman Gladius Swords
    • The ancient Rome swords that were commonly utilized in several ways during the past generations bear a resemblance to the samurai swords.
    • One good example is the Gladius Sword.
      In fact the term Gladius connotes sword in Latin which was a popular language used in ancient Rome.
      And just right after the Roman conquest, Latin was binge all through the Mediterranean.
    • The Romans made use of armaments that are similar to the swords embraced by the Celtiberians during the primary days of the conquest of Hispania.
      This weapon was then famously termed as the Hispanic sword or the GladiusHispaniensis.
    • Much have been said and assumed about the emergence of this Gladius Sword.
      People in the ancient times actually thought that this armament was patterned to the Mainz, but several studies were conducted and all proved this to be wrong.
    • You can certainly notice some of their differences.
      The ancient Gladius Blades were a bit lengthier and thinner.
    • One popular Greek Historian named Polybius who existed and accomplished his teachings during the Hellinistic Era (203-120 B.C.) stated that this sword was excellent not only for cutting but for thrusting as well.
      It wasexpected for a Roman soldier who is completely ready for a battle to bring with him a shield, commonly termed as a Scutum, some Javelins, a Gladius sword and probably a dagger and every so often a few lead darts. These weapons help a warrior conquer a tough battle.
    • As soon as Roman soldiers meet their opponent in a battle, they would normally toss the Javelins first trying to wipe out their rivals before they had to deal with them face to face.
    • Once they did have to fight with them head on, this is when they would use their ancient Gladius Sword.
      The Warriors normally make use of their Scutum as a protection and their Roman GladiusSword as a weapon for prodding attacks.
    • Most people think that this armament was only intended for stabbing, but the real thing is it was excellent for cutting and severing rivals as well.
    • The Roman Gladiator – An Honorable Combat to the Death
      When we talk of a gladiator, we normally refer to a Roman slave who makes use of a Gladius Sword to combat to death.
      They also utilized other weapons but this remains to be the most popular and useful for them.
    • This was done in what they termed as a Lundus, a Latin term which means Game.
      These games are normally scheduled on the anniversary date of a top ranking soldier that was slayed in a battle.
    • Others assume that this tradition might have started during the Bronze Age.
      The Bronze Age was the era when quite a few number of advanced metal forging was exposed and when the use of bronze to make weapons was greatly popularized.
    • There were several arguments as to when this period has started, but others believe that it already existed as early as the third Millennium B. C.
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