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Celtic Swords- Love these things, the Celts knew what they were doing. Managed to beat back the Roman army a number of times with them.

Gold sword by Masahide HIRASAWA, Japan - I would give up my house for this sword.

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“超瞬間冷却機構内蔵特殊合金の刃で脆性破壊する太刀描いた! ガチガチの装甲すらキンキンに凍結させて破壊するぞ! 切るより凍り付いて粉々になるので刀である必要性が問われているらしい”

Ulfberht Sword - An old legend has it that a Nordic smith named Ulfberht developed the first purest steel blade. This crucial development achieved near-mythical status among warriors, making this one of the most important swords in the study of medieval weapons. The Ulfberht sword was a quantum leap in both technology and design. Not only was the material better, but the design of the sword was a definite improvement. ♠ See more at…

Mythic Weapon.

Imported swords from Åmosen and Stensgård. Many objects found in Denmark testify to long-distance trade networks. The swords from Stensgård and Torupgårde were made in Hungary or Romania.

European sword, ca. 1400. The Latin quotation inscribed on the pommel reads (in translation): "Here, too, virture has its due reward" (Virgil, Aeneid, Book 1, line 461)."