Roman warriors did wield other weapons then the traditional gladius and pilum (sword and spear). One of their more situational weapons was this brutal looking Roman Pick Axe. Also known as a dolabra, this impressive piece is both a weapon and a tool. This impressive weapon is rather simple in construction, featuring a thick, heavy wood shaft that supports a broad, long axe-like head. One end of the axe-head features a thin, squared blade that is ideal for heavy hacking motions, while the other end features a curved, blade-like spike. Of course, this impressive weapon has obvious uses as a weapon, being both brutally effective and highly intimidating. It was also, however, a useful tool that was used not only by Roman military for things like entrenching or digging, but also by the common populace for digging, excavation, and other tasks. The axe measures approximately 30 inches long. Arm yourself with this Roman Pick Axe and you will definitely make all your enemies think twice before they challenge you.
- Modeled After An Age-Old Weapon and Tool
- Features a Wicked and Large Double Axe-Head Blade
- Long Haft Allows for Effective Usage
- Historically, was Effective as a Weapon and a Tool
- Looks Great with Roman Gladiator and Soldier Costumes
- A Fantastic Decorative Piece or Display Item
- Overall Length: 30 Inches