The Greeks or Etruscans were probably the first to use a falcata, but they were also popular with the tribes that lived on the Iberian peninsula. The unusual shape of our Hispanic falcata makes it ideal for delivering serious cuts, which is why the Romans feared the weapon. The single-edged blade is curved inward, has two fullers that meet in the middle and echo the shape of the blade, and a wide back. The engraving on the distinctive grip depicts a primitive bird of prey. This falcata includes a scabbard.
Total length: 64 cm