Sagaris War Axe

$65.00

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According to the historical record, Alexander the Great of Macedon was not only a great world conqueror, he was the kind of leader to fight in the front lines alongside his troops. At the Battle of Issus circa 333 BCE, Alexander almost lost his life to the Persian satraps and royal guards wielding the Sagaris War Axe.

Command Respect with Superior Craftsmanship

At the heart of this Persian battle axe is its hand forged construction, ensuring durability and battle-readiness to make the Great King proud. Beyond being an icon of the Persian satraps, this Sagaris axe is a significant piece of Hellenic and Persian history.

Were it not for the efforts of Cleitus the Black, Alexander’s trusted general, history would be radically different. With this Sagaris War Axe, you too can step into the shoes of the Persian guards protecting the Great King Darius, eager to fight.

Not to mention, the short bearded axe head, paired with a sharp pick, offers versatility in combat with strategic finesse. To clarify, this weapon can be used in SCA combat, though for safety reasons its edge and spike have been dulled.

Furthermore, the haft showcases a warrior’s skill with strength and comfort, ensuring you can achieve a controlled and precise grip. Additionally, the haft of this battle axe is made of resilient teak wood, promising resistance against wear.

Securely fastened with steel rivets to the carbon steel knob and axe head, this Persian axe ensures a firm grip and balance to change the course of battle. With a total length of around two feet, this ancient battle axe is as imposing as it is manageable, ideal for display or in the heat of mock battle. The distinctive hook shape on the head gives it a unique Persian and Scythian identity, setting it apart from more Hellenic-style weapons of the time.

Owning this Sagaris battle axe is akin to holding a chapter of history, where even Alexander himself once almost fell to its edge. Even though this axe comes to you dulled, you can sharpen it regardless.

Evoke the Spirit of the Persian Empire

Whether you’re engaging in SCA combat, reliving the Battle of Issus, or looking for a great collectible, this war axe meets a variety of needs. Furthermore, this axe serves as a bridge to the past, meticulously designed to offer an authentic Persian feel to your armory.

Not to mention, this Persian collectible can join you on the battlefield or decorate your home with the spirit of the King of Kings. Also used by the fierce Scythian tribes and the steppe nomads, this Sagaris axe invites you to connect with the legends who shaped empires.

Moreover, its craftsmanship, historical significance, and practicality make this steel battle axe a unique treasure that far outshines ordinary collectibles. In conclusion, whether for display or reenactment, this steel Persian axe is a symbol of strength, resilience, and the enduring legacy of Persian culture.

Key Features:

  • Formidable Axe Head and Pick: The axe features a short bearded head and a pick behind it, complemented by steel rivets fastening it to the haft.
  • Sturdy and Comfortable Haft: The haft promises a firm grip and seamless use in any condition.
  • Historical Authenticity: Inspired from the same axes used by Persians, Scythians, and steppe tribes, this design evokes the ancient battles of the Hellenic age.
  • Perfect for Reenactment Battles and Collections: Our Sagaris war axes can withstand the rigors of combat and endure in your collection.

Materials:

  • Axe head, pick, and knob made of carbon steel
    Haft made of teak wood

Measurements:

  • Overall Length: 24 Inches
  • Weight: 2 Pounds 1.5 Ounces

Measurements are approximate.

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