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Fior di Battaglia ~ Malleus Martialis Firenze
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Fior di Battaglia

Malleus Martialis Firenze / Fior di Battaglia

Two Handed Swords

Fior di Battaglia

Product Name: Fior di Battaglia
Period: A.D. 1365
Source: From the collection of Sir Edward Barry. The sword was found in Lake Constance and is now preserved in the Royal Armouries of Leeds.
Blade Typology: Type XVa (after Oakeshott’s Classification)
Blade Cross Section: Diamond
Pommel: J (after Oakeshott’s Classification)
Guard: Style 8 (after Oakeshott’s Classification)
Overall Length: 117,5 cm
Blade Length: 90,8 cm
Max Blade Width: 4,6 cm
Guard Width: 26,5 cm
Grip Length: 19.5 cm (pommel not included)
PoB: 6 cm
Edge Thickness: 1.5 mm
Weight: approx. 1670 gr.
Tip: Thickened
Hardening: 50 HRC


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The Crowned Justice

“Spada son contro ogni arma mortale, né lanza né azza né daga contra mi vale. Longa o curta me posso fare e me strengo e vegno allo zogho stretto, e vegno allo tor d’ spada e allo abrazare, mia arte si è rotare e ligadure so ben fare de coverte e ferire sempre in quelle voglio finire. Chi contra me farà ben lo farò languire. E son Reale e mantengo la justicia, la bontà acresco e destruzo la malizia. Chi me guarderà facendo in me crose, de fatto d’armizare gli farò fama e vose.”

– MS. Getty Ludwig XV.13, Flos Duellatorum, Fiore dei Liberi, 1409-1410.


The “Fior di Battaglia” Two Handed Sword is inspired by Royal Armouries inv. IX.1106, found in Lake Constance and dated about 1365. This sword type is archetypical when you think about Master at Arms Fiore dei Liberi’s treatise.
>> Discover more about the sword’s anatomy.


More Details

  • Leather Grip: Vegetable tanned calf skin
  • Pommel and guard are polished by hand
  • Scabbard available on request
  • Handcrafted in Italy
  • 1 Year Warranty >> More


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