Joyeuse, the sword of Charlemagne. Coronation sword of the French kings. It is believed it contains the Lance of Longinus within its pommel. 11th. c.
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Etruscan, about 500-480 BC Made in ancient Etruria, in modern Italy
16th century Italian side sword
Knights Templar, Sergeant - Sergeants were men of either none noble birth or men who were married. They wore the black mantel instead of the white.
Sword of the Holy Roman Emperor Maximillian I,
Dagger Place of creation: Italy Date: Middle - second half of the 16th century School: Venice (?) Material: steel, agate and silver Technique: blued, damascened with gold and gilded.
Italian (Milan) steel breastplate, c1545. Formerly part of a parade armor, this is the only signed work of Giovanni Paolo Negroli, a cousin of the more famous Filippo Negroli. Now bright, the breast plate's surface probably was originally russet-colored and the raised and etched areas were gilded. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)