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Sword from the Merovingian period (428-752 AD). The shape of the hilt seems to belong to the transition period between the 2nd type (northern swords with decorated, silver hilt dated around 300 AD, found in Kragehul Mose, Denmark)

Sword from the Merovingian period AD). The shape of the hilt seems to belong to the transition period between the type (northern swords with decorated, silver hilt dated around 300 AD, found in Kragehul Mose, Denmark)

A two-handed knightly sword, Germany, ca 14th century.

A two-handed knightly sword The Verucchio Castle Museum Germany, first quarter Century Straight, double-edged blade, with a slight groove for two-thirds of its length

Sword and scabbard of Boabdil (Muhammad XII), Nasrid Granada, c. 1400

Spain / Battles, Knights - Sword and scabbard of Boabdil (Muhammad XII), Nasrid Granada, c.

Single-Edged Knife (Scramasax) | Cleveland Museum of Art  Frankish, Burgundy (?), Migration period, 7th century iron, copper, and gold foil, Overall - h:36.90 w:4.10 cm (h:14 1/2 w:1 9/16 inches). Gift of the John Huntington Art and Polytechnic Trust 1919.1015

Single-Edged Knife (Scramasax) | Cleveland Museum of Art Frankish, Burgundy (?), Migration period, 7th century iron, copper, and gold foil, Overall - h:36.90 w:4.10 cm (h:14 1/2 w:1 9/16 inches). Gift of the John Huntington Art and Polytechnic Trust 1919.1015

Single-Edged Knife (Scramasax), c. 500-700 Merovingian, Migration period, 6th-7th Century iron, brass, gold foil, gold wire, gemstones, Overall - h:54.31 w:6.35 cm (h:21 3/8 w:2 1/2 inches).

Single-Edged Knife (Scramasax), c. Merovingian, Migration period, c.

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Swords from the Viking Age or those in the Viking Age style The Viking Age is generally considered to be the period from 793 AD to 1066 AD in European.

Sword, Scandinavia, 9th century or 10th century Wallace Collection A.456 Length: 76.5 cm (30.12") Width: 5.4 cm (2.13") Weight: 1.14 kg (2.5 pounds) Incised mark: “HLI”

Incredible medieval Viking sword from late in the early middle ages with a great closeup of the elaborately formed hilt.

6th century Spangenhelm; Landesmuseum Mainz

Spangenhelm helmet century) was the most common helmet in Europe from Late Antiquity to the early Middle Ages. This is from a century Merovingian grave - the Fürstengrab of Planig.

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Sword [European (possibly Scandinavian)] (55.46.1) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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myArmoury.com A Viking Sword of Petersen Type L (Variant), first half of the 10th century  Overall length: 89 cm (35"); Blade length: 77.3 cm (30.4")

A basic Viking sword from the very end of the early middle ages. Medieval weaponry at its most functional.

Oakeshott Type XVa Medieval Sword circa 14th Century, Dating:	XIVth century  Description: Sharp blade of triangular profile with a diamond shape, old collection number "E.6"; hilt with straight arms rising into the square section solid rectangular central ends with small buttons, big apple disc with circular cavities (old number inventory marked in white 112); original wooden handle covered with l  Read more…

Oakeshott Type XVa Medieval Sword circa Century, Dating: XIVth century…

Sword from Nocera Umbra, grave 23, 7th century (picture from the book "Die Langobarden. Das Ende der Völkerwanderung")

Sword from Nocera Umbra, grave century (picture from the book "Die Langobarden.

An Eastern European Medieval Sword with Scabbard, first half of the 14th century The hilt all encrusted with silver (niello). The blade inlaid with gilt inscriptions. The upper back side of the blade engraved with a Mameluk inscription (arsenal of Alexandria). Leather bound scabbard with silver mounts. Overall length: 105.3 cm (41.5"); Blade length: 88.4 cm (34.8"); Scabbard length: 89.5 cm (35.2”) Located at Reichsstadtmuseum Rothenburg, Germany.

Eastern European sword, early century with gold inlaid lettering upon the blade.

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