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I just had my DNA come up as a match by y-dna haplogroup and a mtdna haplogroup.
折叠的刀片可以算作spatha，而且很可能没有开关，以便立即–根本没有任何墓葬。Also, apart from the blade, there we no other goods, were there?
In the 5th century, in 476AD, the ‘Foederati’ commander Odoacer deposed the Western Emperor and sent the insignia back to Constantinople, but I could not tell if there were ‘Foederati’ graves with folded blades in Italy.
Of course, any sort of inscription would help. If this guy served as a mercenary, it may have been on behalf of Western Rome or Constantinople in the East.
There were indeed Celts that migrated to and raided the Balkans and what today is Turkey, but that was 750 years earlier in the 3rd century BC (cf. Galatians).
…of course, “ithyphallism” is KEY
If that thing is indeed medieval, we seem to have the heraldic representation –minus the “ithyphallism”, that is– of a so-called “Wild Man” (possibly indicating possession e.g. of that hill, or sheep grazing there).
The ‘Bamberg Horseman’, e.g., has a “Wild Man” in its socket, and the topic appears in several dozens of coats of arms: