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What do you get when an art display piece becomes a highly sought-after civilian weapon? Meet: The Cinquedea. Both 15th Century Art and Weaponry: Cinquedea On a Wooden Floor Background Art? Or, Civilian Weaponry With a Twist? Pronounced 'chin-kwe-day-ya', these...
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Used primarily as a civilian sword during the 17th and 18th century, the rapier was considered Europe's most iconic single-handed sword. Although the rapier was designed for civilian use, it became a common military sidearm due to its flexibility and length. 
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The Romans met their match when a warrior-queen decided to rebel against the late Roman rule. That brave woman was the Queen of Tanukh, Mavia. Read on to discover what caused her to rebel against the roman rule and the heroic legacy she left behind. Proudly brought to you by American BladesPro. 
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What is the khopesh? A by-product of the traditional battle axes used in the Bronze Age, the khopesh sword was used to arm the fierce warriors of the Ancient Egyptian Empire. Learn everything about this legendary sword courtesy of American BladesPro.
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