PROF MEDIEVAL SWORD FOR TRAINING WITH SCARB AND BELT OTC / BR112

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Manufacturer: ARMORER
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PROF MEDIEVAL SWORD FOR TRAINING WITH SCARB AND BELT OTC / BR112

 

THE MODEL IS BASED ON HISTORICAL OBJECTS FROM THE MIDDLE AGES

 

NOTE - FULLY USE MODEL - FORGED AND HAND HARDENED

ARTICLES FOR CUTTING FORCE AND LIGHT FITTING

perfectly balanced

 

Technical data:

MODEL-handed

Blade: 1065 high carbon steel (forged and hand hardened) - Maintenance required: approx. 50 HRC

Rounded tip - so you don't hurt your opponent during the fight

Both blunt edges - self sharpening

 

Cutting edge thickness: approx. 2 mm

BALANCING POINT: OK 19.5 CM FROM THE HANDLE

FLEXIBLE BLADE - MOST VIBRATIONS ABSORB THE SWORD (vibrations do not pass on the swordsman's hand)

blade: a double-edged

Handle: steel with leather lining

Sheath: natural leather - brown inside wood - bottom fitting - steel requires maintenance

Belt: adjustable leather (length approx 110 cm)

cross: steel requires maintenance (approx. 23 cm wide)

ON THE BOTH SIDES, INSCRIPTION: IN HOC SIGNO VINCE - YOU WILL WIN WITH THIS SIGN

In hoc signo vinces (Latin "you will win with this sign") - words that Constantine the Great was to hear under the glowing cross in the sky during the march on Rome, before the battle with Maxentius, so-called battles at the Mulwijski Bridge in 312.
For the first time Constantine informs about the vision of Constantine (On the death of his persecutors, 44), writing that just before the battle Constantine was commanded from heaven to put on the shields of his soldiers a monogram consisting of the Greek letters chi (X) and rho (P). This vision is not mentioned, however, by the Church History of Eusebius of Caesarea. It was not until Vita Constantini (1.27 AD) that the legend was given in a commonly known form: a few days before the battle, Constantine was to see a luminous cross in the sky.
Critics believe that the symbol of Constantine's vision was only later connected by Christian writers with the monogram Chi Rho (☧), symbolizing Christ. In fact, Constantine could use the old solar symbol of a six-pointed star. Evidence of this may be the fact that during the battle at the Mulwijski Bridge and a few years after the event, the emperor was a follower of Sol Invictus . The pagan panegyric contemporary to Constantine mentions a different, strictly pagan vision that the emperor was to experience in 310 on the river Meuse, when Apollo and Victoria appeared to him, handing laurel wreaths with the monogram XXX .
According to some, Constantine could experience the so-called hello, an optical phenomenon related to the refraction of sunlight.
A legend similar to that of Constantine is associated with the person of Danish King Waldemar II, who during the battle with the Estonians in 1219 was also to see a fiery cross in the sky, then placed on the flag of Denmark .
The sentence was used, among others in the coat of arms of the Czech city of Pilsen.

 

CROSS head: steel requires maintenance

Total length in the scabbard: about 120 cm

Total length without scabbard: around 110 cm

Blade length: about 90.5 cm

Handle length: about 19.5 cm

The width of the blade at the handle: about 5.2 cm;

Blade thickness at the handle: approx. 4 mm

Weight with scabbard: approx. 1.86 g

Weight without scabbard: approx. 1.29 kg

 

 

SET CONTAINS:

PRO HIGH STEEL TRAINING SWORD

LEATHER COVER

LEATHER BELT