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New Demo Video: Darksword Sword of Alexandria

Darksword Armory has always had a strong following on our site, and we put the Alexandria through its paces for a new demo video of this historically significant, Medieval European sword. The Alexandria – an Oakeshott Type XVIIIc sword – was found interred and preserved in the Mameluke Armory at Alexandria. It is not known […]

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New Feature only at Kult Of Athena: 3D Imaging

For years, KoA has taken the time to take our own photographs of most of the items we sell.  In fact, most weapons get a minimum of 5 Kult-owned images and sometimes as many as 8.  Every angle matters. Every detail matters. And you don’t get these images anywhere else. Now, we are trying something […]

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New Demo Video: Musashi Bamboo Lightweight Fast Katana

  We hear “lightweight and fast” often in descriptions of katanas. With so manufacturers making that claim, we thought doing a demo of a Musashi Katana – that calls itself Lightweight and Fast – would be the right thing to do. We should also mention the Bamboo Lightweight Fast Katana is very affordable. Check out […]

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VISION Returns: Angus Trim and Valiant Armoury release their latest Limited Edition Sword

New on the site this week is the latest from the Angus Trim and Valiant Armoury collaboration. Kult of Athena’s full range of pictures will be added to the site shortly, and this sword ships in 2-4 weeks because deliveries are staggered. More from the famed swordmakers Angus Trim and Valiant Armoury. Vision creates premium, […]

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Your Reviews & New Demo Video: Iron Tiger Forge – Mitsudomoe – T10 Differentially-Hardened Katana

The Iron Tiger Mitsudomoe Katana is named after the the symbolic form of its tsuba; the Mitsudomoe is a key symbol of Shintoism and its three elements are said to represent Man, Earth and Sky.

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Japanese Blades: Geometric Blade Profiles

As you scroll through pages and pages of different Japanese swords online, the terminology can often be overwhelming. This is especially true for those new to swords. Chances are the term “blade geometry” has popped up a few times, but what does it really mean? What are the different geometric blade profiles common in Japanese […]

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Your Reviews: The Battle of the Nicks over the APOC Wasteland Gladius

Reading your reviews can be fun, sobering, exhilarating, depressing… and sometimes hilarious. We enjoyed reading a series on the APOC Gladius, where nick(s) pop up… Review 1: (about a nick) “Just a few nicks on the sword but love it, handles perf for either or both hands, can feel the power in the weight and […]

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