Mythic Artifacts

Mythic Artifacts

Chariots from Classical Greek and Roman mythology: Cabeiri chariot – dran by metallic – fire-breathing horses (Greek mythology)

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Chariots from Classical Greek and Roman mythology: Dionysus chariot – drawn by panthers (Greek mythology)

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Chariots from Hindu mythology: Vitthakalai – a gold-decorated chariot of Kali (Ayyavazhi mythology)

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Chariots from Classical Greek and Roman mythology: Hades chariot – drawn by four black horses (Greek mythology)

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Chariots from Classical Greek and Roman mythology: Hera's chariot – a chariot drawn by peacocks (Greek mythology)

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Chariots from Classical Greek and Roman mythology: Nemesis chariot (Greek mythology)

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Chariots from Classical Greek and Roman mythology: Poseidon's chariot – pulled by hippocampi (Greek mythology)

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Chariots from Classical Greek and Roman mythology: Rhea's chariot – drawn by lions (Greek mythology)

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Chariots from Hindu mythology: Surya's chariot

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Chariots from Classical Greek and Roman mythology: Sol Invictus chariot – depicted riding a quadriga on the reverse of a Roman coin (Roman mythology)

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Chariots from Classical Greek and Roman mythology: Zeus's chariot – drawn by the four directional winds (Anemoi) in horse-shape (Greek mythology)

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Chariots from Hindu mythology: Rahu's chariot

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Projectile weapons: Sagitta (Greek mythology)

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Projectile weapons: Silver bullet – a bullet cast from silver that is often the only weapon effective against a werewolf – witch – or other monsters

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Chariots from Classical Greek and Roman mythology: Selene's chariot

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Projectile weapons: Kenkonken – a chakram of great power wielded by Nezha (Chinese mythology)

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Projectile weapons from Hindu mythology: Narayanastra – the personal missile of Vishnu in his Narayana or Naraina form

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Projectile weapons from Hindu mythology: Sudarshana Chakra – a legendary spinning disc like weapon used by the Hindu God Vishnu

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Projectile weapons from Hindu mythology: Vasavi Shakti – the magical dart of Indra. Used by Karna against Ghatotkacha in the Mahabharata war

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Belt: Megingjörð (Power-belt) – a magic belt worn by the god Thor (Norse mythology)

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Girdles: Aphrodite's Magic Girdle – a magic material that made others fall in love with the wearer (Greek mythology)

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Girdles: Girdle of Brynhildr

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Girdles: Bridle of Constantine – said to be made from the nails used during the crucifixion of Christ

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Projectile weapons: Tathlum – the missile fired by Lugh from the Sling-stone (Irish mythology)

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Caps and hats: Petasos (also Petasus) (Greek mythology)

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Projectile weapons: Xiuhcoatl – a lightning-like weapon wielded by Huitzilopochtli (Aztec religion)

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Spears: Gunnar's Atgeir

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Spears: Maltet – the name of the spear of Baligant from The Song of Roland (French folklore)

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Spears: Rhongomiant – the spear of King Arthur that he used to defeat the legendary Sir Thomas of Wolford (Arthurian legend)

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Spears: Spear of Achilles (Greek mythology)

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Spears: Golden Dragon Cresent Blade – the spear of Tran Quang Dieu – given by Diep Dinh Tong in Vietnam's history

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Spears: Spear of Longinus – see Lances: Bleeding Lance and Holy Lance (below)

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Spears: Black Dragon Cresent Blade – the spear of Nguyen Hue in Vietnam's history

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Hammers: Mjölnir – a magical hammer wielded by Thor. It was invulnerable and when thrown would return to the user's hand (Norse mythology)

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Axes: Shango's axe – an axe wielded by Shango that can produce thunder (Yoruba mythology)

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Hammers: Ukonvasara (also Ukonkirves) (Finnish mythology)

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Caps and hats: Cap of invisibility (also Cap of Hades) – a cap that turns a person invisible (Greek mythology)

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Hammers: Hammer of Hephaestus – the hammer of the Greek god Hephaestus – which he used to make the Greek gods' weapons (Greek mythology)

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Amulets and Charms: Phylactery – an amulet or charm – worn for its supposed magical power

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Garments: Coat of many colors – the garment that Joseph owned – which was given to him by his father – Jacob (Jewish mythology)

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Amulets and Charms: Agimat – a Filipino word for "amulet" or "charm"

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Amulets and Charms: Wolfssegen (also Wolfsegen and Wolf-Segen) (European folklore)

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Rings: Andvaranaut – a magical ring capable of producing gold – first owned by Andvari (Norse mythology)

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Rings: Ring of Gyges – a mythical magical artifact that granted its owner the power of invisibility (Greek mythology)

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Rings: Seal of Solomon – a magical brass or steel ring that could imprison demons (Jewish mythology/Christian mythology)

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Rings: Svíagris – Adils' prized ring in the Hrólfr Kraki's saga (Norse mythology)

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Rings: Stone and Ring of Eluned the Fortunate – a cloak of invisibility owned by Merlin (Welsh mythology)

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Rings: Wish Ring – three princesses gave Halvor a ring to wish himself to his parents and back to Soria Moria Castle (Scandinavian folklore)

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Arm rings: Draupnir – a golden arm ring possessed by Odin that is a source of endless wealth (Norse mythology)

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Arm rings: Keyur (Hindu mythology)

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Boots: Fast-walker Boots (Cапоги-скороходы) – allows the person wearing them to walk and run at an amazing pace (Russian folklore)

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Necklaces: Brísingamen – the necklace of the goddess Freyja (Norse mythology)

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Necklaces: Mikuratana-no-kami (Japanese mythology)

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Boots: Seven-league boots – a pair of boots said to allow the wearer to make strides of seven leagues in length (European folklore)

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Sandals: Sandals of Jesus Christ – these were among the most important relics of the Catholic Church in the Middle Ages (Christian mythology)

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Sandals: Talaria – Hermes's winged sandals which allowed him to fly (Greek mythology)

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Shoes: Helskór (Hel-shoes) – were put on the dead so that they could go to Valhöll (Norse mythology)

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Shoes: Shoes of Víðarr – which gave the god Vidar unparalleled foot protection (Norse mythology)

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Coats: Babr-e Bayan – the mythical coat worn by the Persian legendary hero Rostam in combat (Persian mythology)

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Cloaks: Falcon Cloak – a cloak owned by Freyja that allows the wielder to turn into a falcon (Norse mythology)

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Cloaks: Swan Cloak – a magic robe made of swan feathers belonging to a swan maiden

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Rods and staffs: Thyrsus (Greek mythology)

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Cloaks: Tarnkappe – Sigurd's magical cloak that made the wearer invisible (Norse mythology)

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Pants and shirts: Shirt of Nessus – the poisoned shirt that killed Heracles (Greek mythology)

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Rods and staffs: Ruyi Jingu Bang – the staff of Sun Wukong – which could alter its size from a tiny needle to a mighty pillar (Chinese mythology)

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Rods and staffs: Gríðarvölr – a magical staff given to Thor by Gríðr so he could kill the giant Geirröd (Norse mythology)

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Rods and staffs: Rod of Asclepius – a serpent-entwined rod wielded by Asclepius – a deity associated with healing and medicine (Greek mythology)

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Rods and staffs: Gambanteinn – appears in two poems in the Poetic Edda (Norse mythology)

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Rods and staffs: Aaron's rod – was endowed with miraculous power during the Plagues of Egypt that preceded the Exodus. Was carried by Aaron (Jewish mythology)

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Rods and staffs: Circe's staff – a staff with which the sorceress Circe could transform others into animals (Greek mythology)

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Scythes: Cronus' scythe – Cronus castrated his father Uranus using an adamant sickle given to him by his mother Gaia (Greek mythology)

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Scythes: Death's scythe – a large scythe wielded by the Grim Reaper

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Spears: Red Dragon Cresent Blade – the spear of Le Si Hoang in Vietnam's history

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Spears from Celtic mythology: Crann Buidhe – the spear of Manannán (Irish mythology)

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Spears: Aram – the spear of Jangar (Mongol mythology)

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Rods and staffs: Prospero’s staff – staff belonging to the wizard Prospero in the Shakespearean play "The Tempest."

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Swords from Buddhist mythology: Houken

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Swords from medieval legend: Grus – the historical sword of Bolesław III Wrymouth – medieval prince of Poland

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Clubs and staffs from Hindu mythology: Mace of Bhima

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Rods and staffs: Merlin’s staff (Arthurian legend)

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Swords from medieval legend: Morgelai

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Swords from medieval legend: Guy of Warwick's Sword – belonged to the legendary Guy of Warwick who is said to have lived in the 10th century

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Clubs and maces: Heracles' club – a gnarled olive-wood club wielded by Heracles (Greek Mythology)

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Clubs and maces: Sharur

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Clubs and maces: Tishtrya's mace (Persian mythology)

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Clubs and maces: Yagrush and Ayamur (Phoenician mythology)

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Clubs and maces: Indravarman III (Buddhist mythology)

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Clubs and staffs from Hindu mythology: Kaumodaki – the mace of the Hindu god Vishnu – found in iconography of some of Vishnu's avatars

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Clubs and staffs from Hindu mythology: Gada – the main weapon of the Hindu god Hanuman – an avatar of Shiva

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Swords from Chinese mythology: Huàyǐng – a branch that morphed into a sword in the hands of Zhuānxū – has the ability to command the elements and animals

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Spears from Japanese mythology: Otegine

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Axes: Pangu's axe (Chinese mythology)

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Bows from Hindu mythology: Kaundinya's bow – a magic bow wielded by the Brahman Kaundinya – who used it to make the Naga princess Mera fall in love with him

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Bows from Hindu mythology: Sharanga – the bow of Krishna

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Arrows: Apollo's arrow – an arrow that was crafted of sun rays. It could cause health or cause famine and death in sleep (Greek mythology)

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Arrows: Hercules arrows – arrows wielded by Hercules that were coated in poisonous Hydra blood (Greek mythology)

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Arrows: Gusisnautar (Norse mythology)

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Whips: Ogmios's whip – the sun-god is depicted holding a whip (Celtic mythology)

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Daggers: Dagger of Rostam (Persian mythology)

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Daggers: Parazonium (Roman mythology)

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Axes: Axe of Perun – the axe wielded by the Slavic god of thunder and lightning – Perun (Slavic paganism)

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Axes: Lightning axe – an axe that is wielded by the Maya rain deity Chaac and used to produce thunder and rain (Maya mythology)

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Bows from Hindu mythology: Shiva Dhanush (Shiva's bow) – a bow given by Shiva to Janaka and broken by Rama during Sita's swayamvara

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Bows from Hindu mythology: Sharanga – the bow of the Hindu God Vishnu

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Axes: Parashu – the battle-axe of Shiva who gave it to Parashurama (Hindu mythology)

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Bows from Hindu mythology: Kodandam – Rama's bow

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Spears from Chinese mythology: Jiuchidingpa (Nine-tooth Iron Rake) – the primary weapon of Zhu Bajie

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Spears from Chinese mythology: Octane Serpent Spear

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Spears from Chinese mythology: Spear of Fuchai – the spear used by Goujian's arch-rival King Fuchai of Wu

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Bidents: Devil's pitchfork – a bident or two-pronged pitchfork belonging to the devil (Christian mythology)

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Javelins: Vel (Hindu mythology)

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Lances: Bradamante's lance – a magical lance that unhorses anyone it touches (Matter of France)

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Bows: Fail-not – the bow of Tristan. It was said to never miss its mark (Arthurian legend)

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Bows from Hindu mythology: Vijaya (also Vijaya Dhanush) – a bow wielded by Karna – one of the greatest heroes of the Hindu epic – Mahabharata

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Bows from Hindu mythology: Gandiva – a bow created by Brahma and used by Arjuna during the Kurukshetra war

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Bows: Houyi's bow – the God of Archery used his bow to shoot down nine out of ten sun-birds from the sky (Chinese mythology)

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Bows from Classical Greek and Roman mythology: Apollo's bow – a bow that was crafted of sun rays (Greek mythology)

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Bows from Hindu mythology: Pinaka (also Shivadhanush)

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Swords from Continental Germanic mythology: Blutgang (also Burtgang or Blodgang) – the sword of Háma

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Swords from Anglo-Saxon mythology and folklore of the British Islands: Brainbiter – the sword of Hereward the Wake

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Swords from Anglo-Saxon mythology and folklore of the British Islands: Hrunting – the magical sword lent to Beowulf by Unferth which was annealed in venom

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Swords from Anglo-Saxon mythology and folklore of the British Islands: Nægling – the other magical sword of Beowulf. Found in the cave of Grendel's mother

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Swords from the Matter of Britain: Coreiseuse (Wrathful)

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Swords from the Matter of Britain: Galatine

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Swords from the Matter of Britain: Grail Sword – a cracked holy sword which Sir Percival bonded back together – though the crack remained

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Swords from the Matter of Britain: Egeking

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Swords from Norse mythology: Hǫfuð – the sword of Heimdallr – the guardian of Bifröst

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Swords from Norse mythology: Hrotti – part of Fafnir's treasure – which Sigurd took after he slew the dragon

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Swords from Norse mythology: Sword of Freyr – the sword of the Norse god of summer Frey – it is a magic sword which fought on its own

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Swords from Norse mythology: Lævateinn

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Swords from Norse mythology: Legbiter – the sword of Magnus III of Norway

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Swords from Continental Germanic mythology: Balmung or Nothung – the sword from Die Walküre – wielded by Siegfried the hero of the Nibelungenlied

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Swords from Continental Germanic mythology: Mimung – a great sword that Wudga inherits from his father Wayland the Smith

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Swords from Continental Germanic mythology: Nagelring – the sword of Dietrich von Bern

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Weapons: Pasha (Hindu mythology)

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Weapons: Magic wand – found in the hands of powerful fairies (Medieval legend)

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Swords: Jokulsnaut – a sword belonging to Grettir which was later given to his brother Atli (Sagas of Icelanders)

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Swords: Flaming Sword – a sword glowing with flame by some supernatural power

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Swords: Kalevanmiekka – Kaleva's sword (Finnish mythology)

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Swords from Celtic mythology: Caledfwlch – often compared to Excalibur.

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Swords from Celtic mythology: Ceard-nan Gallan – the Smith of the Branches – sword of Oisín

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Swords from Celtic mythology: Cosgarach Mhor – the Great Triumphant One – sword of Oscar

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Swords from Celtic mythology: Cruadh-Chosgarach – the Hard Destroying One – sword of Caílte mac Rónáin

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Swords from Celtic mythology: Mac an Luin – the Son of the Waves – sword of Fionn mac Cumhaill

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Swords from Celtic mythology: Singing Sword of Conaire Mór – a sword that would sing in battle

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Swords from Celtic mythology: Cruaidín Catutchenn – the sword of Cú Chulainn

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Weapons: Halayudha – a plough used as a weapon by Balarama (Hindu mythology)

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Swords from Chinese mythology: Kunwu

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Swords from Roman mythology: Crocea Mors – the sword of Julius Caesar and later Nennius according to the legends presented by Geoffrey of Monmouth

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Swords from Hindu mythology: Aruval (Tamil mythology)

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Swords from Hindu mythology: Asi – a legendary sword mentioned in the epic Mahabharata

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Swords from Hindu mythology: Girish – special sword of Shiva with unique characteristics

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Swords from Hindu mythology: Nandaka (also Nandaki) – the sword of the Hindu god Vishnu

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Swords from Hindu mythology: Nistrimsha – the sword of Pradyumna – son of Krishna

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Swords from Hindu mythology: Pattayudha

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Swords from Japanese mythology: Totsuka-no-Tsurugi – the sword Susanoo used to slay Yamata no Orochi

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Swords from Japanese mythology: Ame-no-Ohabari (also Ama-no-Ohabari)

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Swords from Japanese mythology: Futsu-no-mitama (August-Snap-Spirit) – the sword of Takemikazuchi

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Swords from Chinese mythology: Gan Jiang and Mo Ye – the legendary Chinese twin swords named after their creators

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Swords from Chinese mythology: Feijian

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Swords from Greek mythology: Sword of justice

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Swords from Greek mythology: Harpe

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Swords from Greek mythology: Sword of Peleus

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Swords from Norse mythology: Mistilteinn

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Swords from Norse mythology: Ridill (also Refil) – sword of the dwarf Regin

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Swords from Norse mythology: Dragvandil

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Swords from Norse mythology: Gambanteinn – a sword which appears in two poems in the Poetic Edda

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Swords from the Matter of France: Almace (also Almice or Almacia) – sword of Turpin – Archbishop of Reims

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Swords from the Matter of France: Balisarda

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Swords from the Matter of France: Corrougue – the sword of Otuel

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Swords from Spanish mythology: Colada – the other sword of El Cid

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Swords from the Matter of France: Froberge – the sword of Renaud de Montauban

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Swords from the Matter of France: Sauvagine

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Swords from Spanish mythology: Tizona (also Tizón) – the sword of El Cid – it frightens unworthy opponents – as shown in the heroic poem Cantar de Mio Cid

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Swords from the Matter of France: Murgleys (also Murgleis)

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Swords from the Matter of France: Précieuse – sword of Baligant – Emir of Babylon

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Headgear: Goswhit

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Headgear from Christian religion: Crown of thorns – which was placed on the head of Jesus during his crucifixion

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Headgear: Huliðshjálmr – a concealing helmet of the dwarves (Norse mythology)

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Body armour: Armour of Diomedes – made of bronze – that Diomedes exchanged with the golden armor of Glaucus

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Headgear: Helmet of Rostam (Persian mythology)

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Body armour: Golden Coat of Chainmail – part of Fafnir's treasure which Sigurd took after he slew the dragon (Norse mythology)

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Body armour: Green Armour – protects the wearer from physical injuries (Arthurian legend)

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Body armour: Kavacha – the armour of Karna that was granted by his father Surya at birth. It was impenetrable even to heavenly weapons (Hindu mythology)

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Body armour: Armour of Örvar-Oddr – an impenetrable "silken mailcoat" (Norse mythology)

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Body armour: Armour of Beowulf

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Headgear from Christian religion: Veil of Veronica – according to legend – was used to wipe the sweat from Jesus' brow as he carried the cross

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Headgear from Christian religion: Iron Crown of Lombardy – said to be made from the nails used during the crucifixion of Christ

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Headgear from Greek mythology: Ariadne's Diadem

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Shields from Hindu mythology: Khetaka – the shield of Shamba

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Shields from Hindu mythology: Srivatsa

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Gauntlets: Járngreipr (Iron Grippers) – a pair of iron gauntlets of the god Thor (Norse mythology)

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Shields from Hindu mythology: Jaivardhan – the shield of Lords Vishnu and Shiva

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Shields from Graeco-Roman mythology: Shield of Achilles – the shield that Achilles uses in his fight with Hector (Greek mythology)

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Shields from Graeco-Roman mythology: Aegis – Zeus' shield – often loaned to his daughter Athena – also used by Perseus (Greek mythology)

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Shields from Graeco-Roman mythology: Shield of Ajax (Greek mythology)

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Shields: Dubán – the shield of Cú Chulainn (Irish mythology)

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Shields from Arthurian legend: Pridwen (also Wynebgwrthucher) – the shield of King Arthur

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Shields: Shield of El Cid – a shield which bears the image of a fierce shining golden dragon

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Body armour: Armour of Achilles – created by Hephaestus and said to be impenetrable (Greek mythology)

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  • Uruk Hai sword?
    by /u/LatinGuy_UWU on January 16, 2022 at 3:30 pm

    Hello, I am looking for a good Lord of the rings Uruk Hai Sword. I want a very strong one that doesn’t break easily. submitted by /u/LatinGuy_UWU [link] [comments]

  • Question regarding windlass battlecry basket-hilt culloden
    by /u/BoxOfMadness on January 16, 2022 at 2:26 pm

    This is more of a question for people in Spain but I’ll write it in English since idk who might have the info I need, basically I’ve been interested in buying a new sword and the guys that sold me my previous sword have this one listed in their online shop, while everything seems the same the weight description says its 5.840g, which is simply insane for a sword of this kind or any sword in general (aside from exceptions), I just assumed this to be a mistake but I checked another shop and they have the same sword listed with the same weight, now, of course I have researched it in other pages of American distributors and I have seen it as 3lbs or 1.300~ kg, the shops are espadas y arte de Toledo and +queespadas, respectively, anyone thst has bought from here or this model that can reassure me its but a mere mistake, couse i don’t want to suddenly have a 6kg claymore in my hands and not be able to wield it Link below to the shop I saw this in https://www.espadasyartedetoledo.com/espadas-dagas-sables-swords-daggers-military/battlecry-collection/culloden-basket-hilt-espada submitted by /u/BoxOfMadness [link] [comments]

  • Stone hilt with lion head
    by /u/LordPuddingtonAndTea on January 16, 2022 at 2:19 pm

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  • metalworkers: why does just grind ing a new tang from a mall ninja blade and rehafting it not work (or does it)?
    by /u/sajahet25 on January 16, 2022 at 11:45 am

    I asked this because people always say mall katanas are crap but then mall katanas they are crap because they have welded tang which is prone to breaking. but have a stainless steel blade. the blade could be ground down and then hafted like a messer or ninhonto. this can work because stainless steel machetes are made from one piece of blade and can handle the stress (dgaf about edge retention because that misses the point) and i personally made a functional sword out of mild steel which never broke at the tang because of stock removal. submitted by /u/sajahet25 [link] [comments]

  • Is this site legit?
    by /u/TheOopSchrodinger on January 16, 2022 at 9:16 am

    It’s a site for what’s apparently an “exclusive weaponry” shop based in Singapore. It seems like the usual basic marketing strategies. I’ve found a cheap practice Nodachi on their site, and I have about 50 to spend currently. What do you all think? https://preview.redd.it/yw1rutvio0c81.png?width=1920&format=png&auto=webp&s=7c535da6b98549beb2294f93ce09b688e3a37b15 submitted by /u/TheOopSchrodinger [link] [comments]

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