The Kopis (from Ancient Greek κοπίς, from κόπτω , "I cut") was a sword with a forward-curving blade, made for lopping limbs and hacking off heads. It was Alexander the Great's close-range weapon.


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The Kopis design is closely related to the Falcata; the main difference is that the Kopis originated in Greece and the Falcata originated in the Iberian Peninsula.

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