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Richard The LionHeart Sword


The traditional image of Richard the Lionheart, King of England, has come to us through the centuries as a glorious crusader and knight. Captured by the Austrian emperor, he was later rescued by the young troubadour Blondel who discover Richard when singing a famous ballad.


At the beginning of the Third Crusade, Richard earned his namesake when Philip of France was compared with a lamb and Richard with a lion. His strength in battle was so great that his officers in Winchester were convinced he had inherited the magic sword "Excalibur" from King Arthur.


Richard was a generous knight and a wise politician, but above all, he was a disciplined soldier. His personal ability was a source of inspiration for his men in battle and he remains to this day, one of the greatest, most respected legends of all time.


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