Falcata Kopis AH-4111-BR
Our Falcata has a single edged blade that pitches forward towards the point, the edge being concave on the lower part of the sword, but convex on top. This shape distributes the weight in such a way that the falcata is capable of delivering a blow with the momentum of an axe, while maintaining the cutting edge of a sword. The hilt is typically hook-shaped, the end being stylized in the shape of a horse or a bird. There is often a thin chain connecting the tip of the hilt the upper section. Although it was a single-edge weapon, double-edge falcatas have been found. It has a brass handle.