hand-seax

hand-seax, n.n: a short sword, dagger. (HAHND-SEH-ahks / ˈhand-ˌsɛaks)

seax
From the British Museum: The seax of Beagnoth. England, 9th-10th century. Found in the River Thames near Battersea.

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