Miniature Barbarian Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain 5201.2

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History, legends, and films (Conan), remind us of the Slavic, German, and Frank origin tribes that, from the third century to the eighth century, devastated the land of Europe, conquering even Rome. Called the "Barbarians" due to their uncivilized customs, this term happened to reach diabolical connotations for their rude and savage nature. The Barbarian sword depicts a winged two-headed dragon. In a world where strength was the law, Barbarian swords were robust and powerful, a symbol of authority and respect. This group of tribes ruled in a fragmented way, and lacked a strong political organization in Europe until the beginning of Charlemagne's empire.
History, legends, and films (Conan), remind us of the Slavic, German, and Frank origin tribes that, from the third century to the eighth century, devastated the land of Europe, conquering even Rome. Called the "Barbarians" due to their uncivilized customs, this term happened to reach diabolical connotations for their rude and savage nature. The Barbarian sword depicts a winged two-headed dragon. In a world where strength was the law, Barbarian swords were robust and powerful, a symbol of authority and respect. This group of tribes ruled in a fragmented way, and lacked a strong political organization in Europe until the beginning of Charlemagne's empire.