How did the seax knife get its name?
What is a SEAX knife? The word seax is an old English word for a knife. The seax itself was a small knife, sword, or dagger, and from archeological discoveries, stems back from the Early Middle Ages among the Germanic people. The name itself strongly hints that the Saxon named themselves as a people after the knife.
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