Marto - Sword of Attila - Historical sword
During his reign became the most uncompromising enemy of the Roman Empire and the Eastern Roman Empire of the West invaded the Balkans twice, besieged Constantinople, marched through France, going so far as to Aurelianum, banished from the Ravenna 'Emperor Valentinian III (452).
Nicknamed flagellum Dei ("Scourge of God") for its ferocity, it was said that where he was past would no longer be grown grass. Even today it is regarded in Western Europe among the most evil in history,  however studies modern historians see him as more of a predator than a foolish destroyer.
Blade Length: 98 cm wire-free 440 stainless steel
Total length: 135 cm
Material handle: zamak finely engraved and decorated
Weight: 4.5 kg.
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|Country of production||Spain|
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