From the call of Pope Urban II in 1096 AD, to the fall of Malta in 1565 AD; the constant companion to the European warrior was his trusted weapon. Though the act of, "taking the cross" had a life span of almost 500 years, the apex of common romantization comes from the 12th and 13th centuries. Much like the people, the swords began to change. This sword is a great indicator of that change. With the straight cross trees and cross in the pommel, this would have become very popular.
Has the "Deus Vult" Engraving on the blade.
- This sword features a 30" Carbon Steel blade. The blade is blunted for light stage combat and contact.
- The overall Length is 37.5"
- The Crosstree and Pommel are cast Iron and are securely fastened to the blade.
- The thick leather scabbard has an integrated leather belt.
- The Handle is a matching black leather.
- It weighs just under 3 lbs.
- Hold a piece of History in your hands!
- 5.90 LBS