spatha

A sword with a long blade.
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Spatha

Sword. often, but by no means invariably a sword with a long blade.
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Spatha

Spa'tha noun ; plural Spathæ . [ Latin ] (Botany) A spathe.
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spatha

Origin: L. ... <botany> A spathe. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Spatha

• (n.) A spathe.
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Spatha

the Roman long (36
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Spatha

The spatha was a type of straight and long sword, measuring between {convert|0.75|and|1|m|in|abbr=on}, in use throughout first millennium AD Europe, and in the territory of the Roman Empire until about 600 AD. Later swords from 600 AD to 1000 AD, like the viking swords, are recognizable derivatives, though they are not truly spathae. The spatha wa
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