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  • Tizona Sword

    Tizona Sword

    <h2>How is the Tizona Sword of the Cid</h2> <p>The Tizona Sword is one of the two swords, along with the Colada, that legendary tradition attributes to the Cid, until he gave them to his sons-in-law, the Infantes de Carrión. The Colada Sword is a sword with a straight blade that is characterized by having both sides of the guard curved. The pommel also has a characteristic medieval design.</p> <h2>History of the Tizona Sword</h2> <p>The Tizona Sword is one of the most popular Spanish swords. Belonging to Cid Campeador, it was captured from King Búcar of Morocco in Valencia, and later he gave it to his nephew, Pedro Bermúdez.</p> <p>The Cantar de Mío Cid cites El Cid's fight with Ramón Berenguer II, Count of Barcelona, in Tevar (Morella), whom he defeats, takes him prisoner and seizes the Colada sword.</p> <h2>Did the Tizona Sword really exist?</h2> <p>All the information we have is through the Song of Mio Cid where the tizona sword and the colada are named but there is no historical treatise that can really corroborate the existence of these swords. There is currently an original Tizona Sword on display at the Burgos Museum.</p> <h2>Who was the Cid Campeador</h2> <p>Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, known as the Cid Campeador, was an 11th-century Castilian knight who, independently and without paying vassalage to any king, managed to conquer the Spanish Levante, establishing his capital in Valencia.</p> <h2>Other Cid Campeador Swords</h2> <p>The other famous sword that is attributed to the Cid Campeador according to the Cantar del Mio Cid is the Tizón sword, a word that comes from the Latin titio, synonymous with embers, burning wood.</p> <h2>Replicas of the Tizona Sword</h2> <p>The replicas of the tizona sword that we sell have various finishes and are usually not made for fighting but rather for recreationists and collectors.</p>
  • Colada Sword

    Colada Sword

    <h2>How is the Sword Colada del Cid</h2> <p>The Colada Sword is one of the two swords, along with the Tizona, that legendary tradition attributes to the Cid, until he gave them to his sons-in-law, the Infantes de Carrión. The Colada Sword is a bow sword, in the purest Renaissance style, but original from the 11th century.</p> <h2>History of the Colada Sword</h2> <p>La Colada del Cid had been won in combat by the warrior from Burgos against the Count of Barcelona. The sword was returned by them after the affront committed against their daughters Doña Elvira and Doña Sol in the town of Corpes and which gave rise to the name of the affront that narrates the song of Mío Cid.</p> <p>After the incident El Cid had been disgraced and asks the king for justice. The trial ends with the "riepto" or duel in which the representatives of the cause of the Cid defeat the infants. They are disgraced in a public fair and their weddings are annulled, also returning the swords. Being Colada given again by the Cid to his knight Martín Antolínez.</p> <blockquote> <p><em>Martín Antolínez, my vassallo de pro, arrest Colada, win her as a good sir</em></p> </blockquote> <h2>Did the Colada Sword really exist?</h2> <p>All the information we have is through the Song of Mio Cid where the colada sword and the tizona are named but there is no historical treatise that can really corroborate the existence of these swords.</p> <p>Who was the Cid Campeador</p> <p>Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, known as the Cid Campeador, was an 11th-century Castilian knight who, independently and without paying vassalage to any king, managed to conquer the Spanish Levante, establishing his capital in Valencia.</p> <h2>Other Cid Campeador Swords</h2> <p>The other famous sword that is attributed to the Cid Campeador according to the Cantar del Mio Cid is the Tizón sword, a word that comes from the Latin titio, synonymous with embers, burning wood.</p> <h2>Colada Sword Replicas</h2> <p>The replicas that we sell of the Colada Sword are basically bow swords, in the purest Renaissance style, but that are supposed to be originals from the time of El Cid Campeador, eleventh century. Finishes, sizes and materials may vary.</p>
  • Catholic Kings Swords

    Catholic Kings Swords

  • Great Captain Swords

    Great Captain Swords

  • Templar Swords

    Templar Swords

    <p>Templar swords are swords that were used in the campaigns of the Templars. They are cavalry or infantry swords and most of the time they are large. They usually carry a Templar cross or a Templar seal on the pommel or guard.</p><h2> Who were the Knights Templar?</h2><p> The Knights Templar were the components of a Christian military order in the Middle Ages. His job was to protect the Christian pilgrims who went to Jerusalem after its conquest. They could be recognized by their white cloaks and their Templar crosses. Their motto was: "Non nobis, Domine, non nobis. Sed Nomini Tuo Da Gloriam" - "Not to us, Lord, not to us. But to Your name be glory."</p><h2> How many Templar crosses are there?</h2><p> There are many types of Templar crosses, each assigned to each Templar order. Here we list the most important:</p><h3> latin cross</h3><p> It is the classical Christian cross.</p><h3> Cross Pate</h3><p> It is the best known Templar cross.</p><h3> tau cross</h3><p> the tau cross is shaped like a "T" and San Antón was the first to use it.</p><h3> Patriarchal Cross</h3><p> This cross is similar to the classic Christian cross but has another shorter horizontal bar.</p><h3> Maltese cross</h3><p> used by hospitals.</p><h3> jerusalem cross</h3><p> It has a large central cross and four smaller ones in the four corners.</p><h2> Templar Sword Uses</h2><p> The Templar sword has been used by the Knights Templar to defend pilgrims on their way to Jerusalem and is clearly considered a weapon. With the passing of the centuries the Templar orders remained but they did not continue with their campaigns. The classes, discipline and traditions that are still alive today in many Templar groups that are dedicated to social volunteering or charity work were maintained. These Christian groups (no longer military) continue to wear the clothing of the ancient knights and continue to carry the sword to complement the costume. Some of these swords, the most beautiful, are given to the high officials of these organizations or are used only for ceremonies. Functional Templar swords are still used by some medieval battle lovers in their modern medieval training and competitions.</p><h2> Characteristics of the Templar sword</h2><p> The style of Templar swords has changed a lot over time. To this day, decorative Templar swords are usually made to make them look pretty and serve to complement the costumes of the Knights Templar. These swords measure approximately 100-110 cm, have an engraved blade and the parts of the hilt, guard and pommel are usually silver, bronze or gold. The knobs or guards bear the most authentic symbols of the Templars: the cross or the Templar seal.</p><p> The Templar swords of the time used to be much simpler: they did not present great decorations but they still carried the cross to remind them that they were fighting for the glory of Christ.</p><p> The Templar sword is not just any sword, it is one of the most famous historical swords. If you are looking for a sword to complement your outfit, take a look at our catalog and you will surely find something you like.</p><blockquote><p> If you already have the sword and are looking for a new Templar cloak, Templar tunic or Templar helmet, we advise you to look in our catalog since Templar items are our specialty! <strong>We are at your disposal to advise you!</strong></p></blockquote>
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William Wallace sword with scabbard. The replica of this sword is based on the film Braveheart. Braveheart is a winning movie five Academy Awards, including the Academy Award for Best Picture, released in 1995. It is...
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The Tizona del Cid sword, made in Toledo (Spain), with forged steel blade with rustic aged finish and engraved blade. Available in various sizes. Infant.- 56 cms. Cadet.- 76 cms. Natural.- 103 cms.
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Carlos V sword with chiselled hilt. It was known as the emperor, since no king has achieved such a large empire as he had. He inherited from his family territories of Spain, Germany, America, Naples, Sicily and...
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Sword of the Catholic Monarchs with sheet steel and aged rustic handle recorded. could not miss the famous phrase Both -monta mounted both recorded in the guard of the sword. Available in various sizes. Cadete.- 76...
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Roman sword of Saxon origin with carbon steel blade and blunt end. Wooden handle and knob. It includes wooden sheath covered with leather. This sword Feltwell dates from V century AD and was found in the English city...
€59.24

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Lancelot sword with stainless steel blade. Made in Toledo (Spain). To choose with or without sheath.
€53.79

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Excalibur sword decorated with engraved stainless steel blade and garnet hilt. Guard and pommel decorated. It can be ordered optionally with matching sheath.
€46.67

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Replica of the Knights of Heaven Sword in cadet size, 76.5 cms. long., corresponding to the movie The Kingdom of Heaven shot in various locations in Spain such as Seville, Córdoba or the Castle of Loarre (Huesca, Spain).
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Colada Cid sword made in Toledo (Spain), with steel blade old and rustic finished with etchings. Available in various sizes. Infantil.- 56 cms.Cadete.- 76 cms.Natural.- 100 cms.
€78.71

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Sword of Julius Caesar, roman age, century I to.C. The blade is made of steel. Gaius Julius Caesar (Gaius Iulius Caesar; Rome, Italy, July 13, 100 to. C. - Ibidem, march 15, 44. C.) was a military leader and...
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Medieval sword of the Crusaders decorative with carbon steel blade grooved. Grip of wood covered with braided leather. The guard and pommel octagonal are in solid brass and decorated with the templar cross, enamelled....
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The sword is not only a weapon but also has a meaning, a symbology and a story to tell. The swords represent power and courage, hence their defensive and authoritarian character.

In this section you will find the most recognized swords in history for their relevance in the hands of kings, warriors or historical figures. Relevant sword themes, such as Templar swords, are also included.

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