List of mythic Swords from the Matter of France

Swords from the Matter of France: Almace (also Almice or Almacia) – sword of Turpin – Archbishop of Reims Swords from the Matter of France: Balisarda – the sword of Rogero from Orlando Furioso made by a sorceress – and capable of cutting through enchanted substances Swords from the Matter of France: Corrougue – the sword of Otuel Swords from the Matter of...

List of mythic Swords from Celtic mythology

Swords from Buddhist mythology: Chandrahrasa Swords from Buddhist mythology: Houken – a metaphorical Buddhist sword used to cut away earthly desires – it is wielded by Acala Swords from Buddhist mythology: Khanda represents wisdom cutting through ignorance. Hindu and Buddhist deities are often shown welding or holding khanda sword in religious art. This artifact is a...

List of mythic Swords from Continental Germanic mythology

Swords from Continental Germanic mythology: Balmung or Nothung – the sword from Die Walküre – wielded by Siegfried the hero of the Nibelungenlied Swords from Continental Germanic mythology: Blutgang (also Burtgang or Blodgang) – the sword of Háma Swords from Continental Germanic mythology: Eckesachs (Seax of Ecke) Swords from Continental Germanic mythology: Mimung – a great sword that Wudga inherits from his father Wayland the Smith Swords from Continental...

List of mythic Swords from Anglo-Saxon mythology and folklore of the British Islands

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

List of mythic Swords from Spanish mythology

Swords from Spanish mythology: Colada – the other sword of El Cid Swords from Spanish mythology: Lobera (Wolf Slayer) 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 This artifact is a part of SwordTemple Library...

List of mythic Swords from Norse mythology

Swords from Norse mythology: Angrvaðall (Stream of Anguish) Swords from Norse mythology: Dáinsleif (Dáinn’s legacy) Swords from Norse mythology: Dragvandil – the sword of Egill Skallagrímsson Swords from Norse mythology: Gambanteinn – a sword which appears in two poems in the Poetic Edda Swords from Norse mythology: Gram Swords from Norse mythology: Hǫfuð – the sword of Heimdallr...

List of mythic Body armour

Body armour: Armour of Achilles – created by Hephaestus and said to be impenetrable (Greek mythology) Body armour: Armour of Beowulf – a mail shirt made by Wayland the Smith (Anglo-Saxon mythology) Body armour: Armour of Diomedes – made of bronze – that Diomedes exchanged with the golden armor of Glaucus Body armour: Armour of Örvar-Oddr – an impenetrable “silken mailcoat” (Norse mythology) Body...

List of mythic Swords

Swords: Chrysaor Swords: Cura Si Manjakini Swords: Flaming Sword – a sword glowing with flame by some supernatural power Swords: Jokulsnaut – a sword belonging to Grettir which was later given to his brother Atli (Sagas of Icelanders) Swords: Kalevanmiekka – Kaleva’s sword (Finnish mythology) Swords: Kladenets (also Samosek or Samosyok) Swords: Mmaagha Kamalu Swords: Sword of Laban Swords: Sword of...

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