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Cid Colada sword with chiselled hilt

Colada sword carved the Castilian knight Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, known as El Cid XI century (to choose with or without pod).

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003650001
£59.33
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Rodrigo Diaz Vivar del Cid, Burgos was a Castilian knight who came to dominate the head of his own retinue Levante of the Iberian Peninsula in the late eleventh century autonomously with respect to the authority of any king. He managed to conquer Valencia and settled in this city an independent dominion from 15 June 1094 until his death.

Sand is a historic and legendary figure of the Reconquista, whose life inspired the most important epic poem in Spanish literature, the Song of the Cid. It has gone down in history as El Cid or El Cid. For the nickname "Cid" was known in life, as is attested in documents from 1098; the nickname "Cid", although it is conjectured that could use their contemporaries Zaragoza or Valencia, first appears in the Poem of Almeria, composed between 1147 and 1149.

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Art Gladius

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Long
105 cms.
Material
Blade: Stainless Steel
Made in
Toledo (Spain)
003650001
Reference Attributes Quantity Price
003650002 Scabbard: Not; 0
£46.61
003650001 Scabbard: Yes; -1
£59.33

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