These Roman iron arrowheads were made for and used by the Roman armies from around the 1st to 3rd century. Collected from a region that was once occupied by the Roman military as they fought against the challengers of the Roman Empire, these weapons were utilized by Roman soldiers in one of the many violent and frequent battles that took place in defense of the Roman Empire. The cavalry was the most powerful and important weapon of the Roman military as opposed to the ground forces of the Roman Empire. Protection and support of the cavalry was fundamental to victory of the battlefield. So any loss of the cavalry was a sure defeat as the ground troops in the Roman army were inferior to the invader armies at times and the cavalry was the primary strength of the Roman military.
These Roman Iron arrowheads are from 18cm up to 30cm and are once again from 1st to 3rd century.