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Seax and Sword make a nice matched pair

Viking sword and Seax When I first moved from wooden bokens to steel swords my first was a Viking style sword and I fell in love with its design.

Sword Unknown Artist / Maker Blade- Germany, hilt- North Italy c. 1545 - c. 1550

Sword Unknown Artist / Maker Blade- Germany, hilt- North Italy c. 1545 - c.

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wonder if it will hold a sword & rifle? The holster can definitely hold swords, but the holster looks as if it could hold assault rifles and shotguns, if the barrel is long enough.

Horses in the Middle Ages were rarely differentiated by breed, but rather by use. This led them to be described, for example, as "chargers" (war horses), "palfreys" (riding horses), cart horses or packhorses. Reference is also given to their place of origin, such as "Spanish horses," but whether this referred to one breed or several is unknown.

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Impressive site containing plentiful information about most medieval weapons & their variants. a former Medieval/Renaissance college board member highly recommend site as well worth a read.

Glamdring was originally borne by Turgon, the King of Gondolin.[1] He must have wielded it with strength during the Nirnaeth Arnoediad or the Fall of Gondolin, for the Orcs named it "Beater", and fled before it. Even up until the late Third Age, orcs of the Misty Mountains knew of this legendary sword.


Glamdring (also called Foe-Hammer) was a two-handed sword, forged for Turgon, the King of Gondolin during the First Age. ALSO GANDALF'S SWORD!

Sword from the Mamluk arsenal at Alexandria, 2nd half of the 14th c, probably Italian, flat tapering double-edged blade, flattened hexagonal section, wide shallow fuller over half its length on both sides, forte on both sides incised with a comet-shaped mark retaining traces of latten, one side with inscriptions in naskh script, hilt of straight quillons, 92.5 cm. blade, 115.7 cm. overall.

Medieval Sword From The Mamluk Arsenal At Alexandria. ~ one thing to note is that this is a Mamluk sword and it isn't curved.

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I was about to pin this saying the crossguard was good but the blade was stupid. Then I looked at what a flamberge is. ~ German or Swiss Two Handed Sword (Hand & a Half Sword) With Flamberge Blade Circa 1570 .

Diagram of medieval sword belt, one style of fastening scabbard to the belt.

Liam's sword

victoriansword: “ This is a British Pattern 1827 Rifle Officer’s sword, made sometime after 1892 (based on what I can see of the blade in the photo and the shape of the grip).

La espada digna de un caballero medieval - Que parece sacada de una fantasía como se hacían antes Gracias a http://www.cuantarazon.com/ Si quieres leer la noticia completa visita: http://www.estoy-aburrido.com/la-espada-digna-de-un-caballero-medieval-que-parece-sacada-de-una-fantasia-como-se-hacian-antes/

Cedarlore Forge Telpënár, the Silver Fire, sword of Eärendil before the first age.

「西洋 剣 帯刀」の画像検索結果

「西洋 剣 帯刀」の画像検索結果

Looks strange for a sword but maybe this is how future swords look like. At least until they invent the lightsabers

ELWYN - concept of futuristic both hand sword. I wanted to make it no so usual.one monolithic piece I split it into several parts working together in reasonable structure.