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Sword Viking short Squire Collection ideal for the LARP. It is the first weapon that presents our new handle. Color steel, guard and pommel surrounding a handle similar to the black leather, adorned with rings of...
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Sword Ragnar II foam for LARP. This sword sword is made of foam of high quality and very durable. Presents a few details and a few engravings, of first quality, the grip is black in color and presents an engraving...
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Viking sword hand, functional XI century. Hand-forged steel EN-45 with heat treatment. It has a hardness of 48-50 HRC. Grip covered in leather. The blade tip is rounded and the edges are blunt. It includes wooden...
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Viking sword fighting with blade of carbon steel CSN 14260 (DIN 54 SiCr 6) with hardness of 44-48 HRC and riveted handle. Viking sword was released in southern Africa by the Vikings peoples.
€135.74

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Functional long sword Viking Century X. grooved blade hand-forged steel heat treated spring EN45. Sheet riveted to the pommel. It includes wooden sheath covered in leather with brass-plated finish. The original sword...
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Viking wooden sword for practice, natural size.NOTICE.-Due to the type of wood with which it is made, no guarantee that the piece is perfectly straight.
€137.99

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Functional Viking sword for practice. Carbon steel sheet EN45 spring and blunt. Leather-wrapped grip and pommel riveted by hand. It includes wooden sheath covered in leather.
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Sword of the Dwarves made in latex, ideal for recreations, RPGs or LARP. The sword is made of foam rubber with an inner fiberglass reinforcement and a hard latex finish. The handle is foam polyurethane that allows to...
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Sword warrior viking model Freydis ideal for the LARP. Freydis is the first sword that presents our new handle. Color, with brass guard and pommel surrounding a handle similar to leather, adorned with rings of brass....
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Sword viking Hersir short version ideal for LARP. The manufacture of the sword viking Hersir again required the experience and innovation that Calimacil is known. Pushing the boundaries of what is possible, the team...
€133.06
The basic weapons included a sword or ax, spear and shield, while most of the men carried a short knife attached to their belts. Of these weapons, the sword was clearly the most popular and was treated with a certain...
€133.06
Erik the Red's bronze Viking sword belonged to the basic armament along with the ax, spear and shield, while most of the men carried a short knife attached to their belts. Of these weapons, the sword was clearly the...
€558.11
Godofredo Viking sword with steel blade folded Damascus. Very well balanced. Faithful reproduction of the ninth century. The grip is leather interlaced and guard and pommel are of Damascus steel. The sheath is made of...
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Viking sword with sheath and straps for carrying on the back. Viking, viking English is the principal of the names given to members of the Germanic peoples of Scandinavia, famous for their raids and looting in...
€142.35
functional Viking sword blade well balanced with high 1065 carbon steel with a hardness of 50 HRC. The full tang is riveted on the knob. Wood grip wrapped in leather. It includes rigid sheath made of resin glass rings.
€112.50
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Escramasajón medium Sokkolf also called to fight sax manufactured in carbon steel CSN 14260 (DIN 54 SiCr 6) with a hardness of 44-48 HRC. It looks like a dagger or a knife but is considered a small sword with a single...
€127.50
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Escramasajón long Geirstein also called to fight sax made of carbon steel CSN 14260 (DIN 54 SiCr 6) with a hardness of 44-48 HRC. It looks like a dagger or a knife but is considered a small sword with a single edge...
€153.00
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Viking sword Escramasajón also called to fight sax manufactured in carbon steel CSN 14260 (DIN 54 SiCr 6) with a hardness of 44-48 HRC. It looks like a dagger or a knife but is considered a small sword with a single...
€99.98
Norman sword from a functional hand X century made in Germany by Ulfberth®. corrugated sheet steel hand-forged and well tempered with a hardness of 48-50 HRC. The full tang is riveted to the pommel. The handle is...
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Escudos Vikingos

Viking Swords were very effective offensive weapons with a single blow. They were handled with one hand and were designed to cut and not to prick.

At the end of the Roman Empire, the typical short swords such as the Gladius or the Spatha . The Norsemen began to forge longer and heavier swords, they used fluting in the blades to reduce weight and the hilt was short.

As a defensive complement in battle, it was carried in the other hand as a shield.

HOW ARE THE VIKING SWORDS?

Although the most commonly used weapons by the Vikings were axes, Norse warriors also used swords. According to Scandinavian religious beliefs, dying with sword in hand secured Valhalla.

Viking swords used to be straight, double-edged pieces with a blunt point. The balance point of these swords was located at the upper end, a characteristic that gave them greater weight and forcefulness. This feature made it possible to deliver very powerful blows, but recovering the sword after launching an attack was more difficult.

Typically, Viking swords were wielded in one hand and a warrior's combat gear was completed with a wooden or metal shield. This type of weapon was perfect to be wielded in open formations or chaotic combat situations. Ulfberth swords , a name that could refer to a renowned workshop or forge, are the best known of the Viking swords.

PARTS OF THE VIKING SWORD

knob

Upper part of the sword that is attached to the tang of the blade.

hilt, fist or grip

Between the pommel and the guard is the area where the sword is wielded.

Guard

Between the blade and the hilt. Serves as protection for the hand.

edge

Sharp area on both sides of the bar

Channel, Fuller or Vaceo

Longitudinal slit in the middle of the sword blade that usually serves to lighten the weight of the sword.

Tip

Tip of the blade of the sword used for lunges.

knob

Upper part of the sword that is attached to the tang of the blade.

Handle

Upper part of the sword that is attached to the tang of the blade.

Guard

Between the blade and the hilt. Serves as protection for the hand.

fuller

Longitudinal slit in the middle of the sword blade that usually serves to lighten the weight of the sword.

edge

Sharp area on both sides of the bar

Tip

Tip of the blade of the sword used for lunges.

WHO WERE THE VIKING WARRIORS?

The Viking people come from Northern Europe and are famous for their pillaging and exploration. During the three centuries that ended their supremacy, the Vikings forged large trade networks and were able to reach North America. Their capacity for expansion and ferocity even led them to found the Norman kingdom on the island of Sicily and raid the coastal enclaves of the Caliphate of Córdoba and the Byzantine Empire.

Historians believe that Viking supremacy ended at the end of the 11th century, following the decisive defeats they suffered at the battles of Stamford Bridge and Hastings.

VIKING SYMBOLS ON SWORDS

The most recurrent symbols in Viking weaponry are runes and natural motifs. Many of them made reference to Norse mythology or appealed to the protection of nature. It was not usual to see inscriptions on the swords, unless they belonged to a renowned workshop, as is speculated to happen with the Ulfberth Swords .

What used to make the difference in Viking swords were the pommels. The design of the pommel on a sword could give information about the origin, the dynasty or the power and influence of the one who wielded it. However, Viking swords were never noted for being specially decorated, not even ceremonial swords.

THE VIKINGS SERIES

Currently, interest in the Viking people has arisen thanks to series and movies. The most popular fiction in recent years has been "Vikings", inspired by the sagas of the legendary hero Ragnar Lodbrock. Since its premiere in 2013, Michael Hirst's series has helped to better understand the daily life of the Viking people. In Medieval Shop, you can find a wide variety of Viking swords, tanto decorative and functional.

In addition, on our website you will find several replicas of the weapons used by the protagonists of Vikings.

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