25% off 12th Century Espada Templar Knights Crusader Sword Larp live a

25% off 12th Century Espada Templar Knights Crusader Sword Larp live action role play

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Knight templar sword, from the movie King Arthur. 121cm long, 24cm wide, 2.4kg net, 3.8kg with package, brand new, handmade, pointed, unsharpened; \nStainless steel blade, black floral painting with a knight on horse, 92cm long, 4.5cm wide, 0.51cm thick; \nThe guard and pommel are metal and have two toned gold and antiqued silver finish, cross, knights and horses relief details, with the handle 15cm long; \nBrown wall display plaque with gold battle-worn floral pattern; \nThe blade has a beautiful scroll work pattern of the cross of Jerusalem. The guard is a cruciform with a Oakeshott type 6 design. The symbol of the Knights Templar has been added in golden steel to the center of the guard. Each arm of the guard features a symbol of the Knights Templar. The handle of the sword has been constructed from steel with a complex design of scroll work. The pommel is a Oakeshott type G with a cut out cross; \nThe crusader heirloom quality sword is a striking example of beauty and design. The crusader cross cast within the pommel exemplifies the heroism and Christian faith that led Medieval knights through the Crusade wars. The Crusades created a tumultuous period when Western armies, fired with the crusading spirit, wrestled most of the Holy Land from the Muslims. Holding it was a different matter, and the Crusaders were never again able to match their initial success. The West--still somewhat barbaric--learned a great deal from their opponents, bringing back new knowledge from their travels. (Some historians believe the Crusades helped encourage a thirst for exploration among Europeans that helped foment the discovery of America.) \nThe Templar Order was established in 1118 A.D. to ensure the safety of the Holy Land and to protect the pilgrimage routes. The institution reached its maximum splendor in the 13th century. The Knights Templar considered themselves to be Knights of God, the honor of the church and of Christianity. Their motto was: "NON NOBIS, DOMINE, NON NOBIS, SED TUO NOMINI DA GLORIAM." (Not to us, God, not to us, but to Your name give glory."). It was a very well-organized military force, and they were the shock forces in the Crusades. They were the vanguard during attacks and the rearguard during retreats. For a century they ensured the effective governance of the Latin kingdom of Constantinople. They did not pay taxes or tributes, and they had properties all over Europe and the Middle East. They obeyed only the Pope; \nGreat medieval sword. The knights templar were responsible for saving Europe.\n\nUnit Type: piece \nPackage Weight: 3.84kg (8.47lb.) \nPackage Size: 123cm x 28cm x 5cm (48.43in x 11.02in x 1.97in)\nLarp live action role play\ntraditional japanese tantos