Charlemagne united the majority of Western Europe during the early Middle Ages for the first time since the Roman Empire, earning him the title Father of Europe. Also known as Charles the Great, Charlemagne became the first Holy Roman Emperor and founded the Carolingian Empire. As one of the greatest kings of the medieval period, Charlemagne remains a popular figure from history, making the Charlemagne swords here at Buying a Sword an excellent choice for anyone wanting a collectible sword. Traditionally, Charlemagnes personal sword has been known by the name Joyeuse. Two medieval swords have been attributed to him, one kept in the Imperial Treasury in Vienna and the other held in the Louvre in Paris. With their ornate detailing, our Joyeuse sword replicas and other decorative Charlemagne swords make great re-enactment blades and display pieces for history lovers and weapon enthusiasts.
The great emperor Charlemagne was an important figure in the Early Middle Ages. The Charlemagne Sword recalls that mighty warrior in a decorative sword. Put this sword on display in your home or make it a centerpiece in a collection.
The Deluxe Sword of Emperor Charlemagne, by Marto, is a replica of one of the most well-known swords in the world, the traditional coronation sword of France, once attributed to the great Emperor Charlemagne.
Inspired by the king and emperor who united Europe in the early Middle Ages, the Sword of Charlemagne with Plaque is an intricately detailed take on Charlemagnes sword Joyeuse. This stainless steel blade comes with a wall plaque.
The Sword of Emperor Charlemagne, by Marto, is a replica of one of the most well-known swords in the world, the traditional coronation sword of France, once attributed to the great Emperor Charlemagne.
Durandal was the sword of Roland (aka Roldan), the paladin of Charlemagne. Stories say that it once belonged to Hector of Troy. The Sword of Roland, by Marto, is a replica of the Durandal as it is perceived today.
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