|Old register number:||494|
weapons of the Ottoman occupation era
a case for a sword
pala (small curved sabre, iconic weapon of the 1821 Greek Revolution)
|Category:||Life outdoors/Military life|
|Dimensions:||Το σπαθί 77 μήκ., η θήκη 62,5|
A sabre with a case of the 19th century allegedly belonged to warrior Emmanouil Pappas. It was found in Ravdouhou/ Ravda cell. It consists of a long curved iron blade and its grip. The grip consists of two wooden pieces which connect to each other by a steel sheet and end to a two lobed hilt. A silver sheath is located on the point where the grip connects to the back of the blade. Traces of a suspension lace are distinguished on the grip. Engraved decoration on the back of the blade and both its sides. The sabre is accompanied by wooden case and a silver coating with engraved decoration.
|Appears in Collections:||Folklore|
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