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Great Master of the Temple Sword

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Overall Length: 41-1/4"
Handle Length: 7"
Blade Length: 34-1/4"
Weight: 4 lbs 8 oz

Blade Material: High polished 420C Stainless Steel tempered to 45-50 HRC
Handle Material: Metal cast silver plated hilt with silver plated engravings in pommel and hand guard,black leather wrapped handle.

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Art Gladius historical swords are detailed representations of the swords of famous historical figures or legendary heroes. Blades are highly polished 420C stainless steel construction, tempered to 45-50 HRC. The Great Master of the Temple blade is un-edged for safety. The guards and pommels are metal cast, and feature elaborate silver-filled engravings, incorporating exquisite detailing appropriate to the history of the sword. The Great Master of the Temple Sword SG279 is adorned with various Templar symbols and art making extensive use of precious metal plating. These swords are suitable for costuming, decoration and collection only. They are not intended for cutting or striking against other objects.

Initially, the head of the Knights Templar was the Grand Master of Jerusalem, but maintained the same status as other teachers in the Order. The Master of the Temple sword is a beautiful representation of the sword he carried in his quest for Jerusalem. Silver Hilt. Stainless Steel Blade. Blade length: 34 1/4inches. Handle length: 7 inches. Overall length: 41 1/4 inches. Weight: 4lb 8oz.

Master Of The Temple
Pope Alexander III in his bull Omme datum optimum, defined the new structure of the Order. The choice of the Master, meant the call of the Chapter with 12 members, elected through a primary election, in which a commander and a brother, chose two other members of the chapter and these at once to the following members. When he was elected Master handed symbols: Cane and Whip. Orders of the Master, were regarded as expressing the will of God. The Master could not dispose of the assets of the Order and was allowed to give only a horse, a gold and silver vase, a robe or armor. Was prohibited gift of spears and swords. During the campaign, the Master had a round tent over which flew the: Black and White flag with the Red Cross of the Order of the Temple, which called baucent.

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