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Swords - European
Swords Of The Ancient World
Swords of the Ancient World

Beginning roughly with Ancient Greece and ending with the fall of the western Roman empire in AD 476, this category of European swords deals mostly with the Romans and their various enemies including the Greeks, the Celts or Gauls, the Dacians, and early Germanic tribes.
Swords Of Dark Age Europe
Swords of Dark Age Europe
The Dark Ages (Approx. A.D. 476 to about 1000) is usually considered to extend from the fall of the Roman Empire in the 5th century until the rise of the Holy Roman Empire in the 10th century under Otto I the Great. Swords in this category include the cultures of the Ostrogoths, the Visigoths, the Merovingians, the Anglo-Saxons, the Franks, the Carolingians and the Vikings.
Medieval Europena Swords
Medieval European Swords

Our Medieval period includes swords from approx. AD 1000 to 1500. This was a time of war throughout most of Europe. Swords in this category include styles used in the Norman Conquest of England, the Crusades, the Hundred Years War, the War of the Roses, and many other medieval conflicts.
Swords of the Renaissance to the English Cival War
Swords of the Renaissance to The English Civil War
This period spans approx. 1500 - 1700. The introduction of firearms into warfare was a slow transition with swords and guns appearing on the battle field at the same time. This section includes Rapiers, Scottish Claymores, Mortuary Hilts & Landsknecht Swords.
Sword of The Early Modern Age
Swords of the Early Modern Age
Approx. 1700 - 1914. Once gunpowder weapons became universal, the sword took on a secondary role, however heavy sword armed cavalry units continued to exist up through the First World War. Swords in this category tend to be military issue and include infantry and cavalry swords, naval cutlasses and swords of the Napoleonic wars as well as American swords of the Revolutionary and Civil wars.
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