They occurred mostly in the United Kingdom and Ireland, with some examples in Germany around 8th-11th century.Some examples have pattern welded blades, while others have inlays of silver, copper, brass, etc.These were narrower and lighter than their predecessors.
In Scandinavia, the words sax, saks or sakset all refer to scissors, which are used for cutting various materials. "wounding-knife") is sometimes used for disambiguation, even though it is not attested in Old English, but taken from an occurrence of scramasaxi in Gregory of Tours' History of the Franks.
The general trend, as one moves from the short to the broad seax, is that the blade becomes heavier, longer, broader and thicker.
Long seaxes, which arrived at the end of the 7th century, were the longest of the seax.
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