Cambridgeshire, England. Classic form 4 ¼” length with wedge section blade terminating in the classic Viking bull nose. Long whittle tang for mounting in a bone or antler grip without guard. Excavated with profile well preserved. Professionally conserved. The scramseax in this small size was prized by Viking warriors and is the size which were commonly buried with them. They were used for throat slashing and not as thrusting weapons.