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King Arthur’s legendary sword, Excalibur, may have some competition.
Archaeologists, on the Spanish island of Majorca, have found a surprisingly well-preserved, early Bronze Age, a sword between the stones of an ancient monument.
THE VIKING SWORD-DISCOVERY, THE HUNTER, IS THE 1100-YEAR-OLD COAT OF ARMS ON A NORWEGIAN MOUNTAIN
The ruins of the Talayot Capocorb Vell, Mallorca, Spain, one of the megalithic monuments on the island – file photo.
Diario de Mallorca reports that the broken sword was found in the Talaiot del Serral de ses Abelles, a megalithic monument. Archaeologists say that the sword, which has a decorative hilt, it has a symbolic, as opposed to a military operation.
The site of the Ancient Origins reports that the talaiots, or talayots, which are to be found in Mallorca and the neighbouring island of Menorca (minorca), the date of 1000 to 6000 B. c. to The sword, the sword is set to be on display in the Museum of Mallorca. Fox News has not reached the Museum on the day of the Council of Mallorca (Consell de Mallorca), with a request to comment for this story.
BEAUTIFUL ‘GAME OF THRONES’ SWORD IS DISCOVERED BENEATH THE STREETS
Other notable swords have been discovered in other parts of Europe. Earlier this year, for example, workers digging a sewer system in the Danish city of Aalborg, has been excavated from the remarkably well-preserved sword, which dates back to at least the 14th century.
In 2017, there is an incredibly well-preserved Viking sword, the sword was found by one hunter in a remote mountain in the South of France.
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An ornate sword, which belonged to a 15th-century warlord who, in the Muslim Spain, it was digitized into a stunning 3-D earlier this year. The sword, which was covered with gold, ivory, and precious metals, which had been used by Ali Atar, the military commander in the service of the King, Boabdil, the last sultan of Granada.
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