Although The Falx is credited with The Dacian People (4th Century B.C. Ancient Greece), the weapon itself has come to be identified with a classification of blade (as opposed to a specific device). In it's original form, The Falx was a fierce bladed weapon. The Thracians also used a Falx weapon. Both Cultures preferred a scythe/Pole Arm type of cutting blade (featuring a 16-inch blade). Handles ranged from 2.5 to 3 feet. Made in “One Hand” and “Two Hand” versions, due to their weight and bronze/iron composition, The Falx was EVEN more deadly that The Rhomphaia with regards to it being able to cut through or severely damage most Era Armor. As time progressed, The term Falx was associated with a specific type of blade, having the qualities of both Middle Eastern Scimitar and European Straight Sword.