10 of Historys Most Terrifying Swords
The Chinese Hook Sword had curved tips along with hand-protecting guards. It was generally used in pair.
#9 The Khopesh
The Khopesh got envolved from the battle axes or farm implements. It has a sharp blade on its outer edge.
#8 The Ngombe Executioners Sword
This sword is the imaginary sketch of the tribal Congo residents weapons according to the European explorers.
#7 The Ulfbehrt Sword
The Ulfbehrt Sword was light weight, flexible but strong. Its blades were made of Crucible Steel.
#6 The Flammard
The Flammard sword had Wavy-blades. It was advantageous to slow down the opponents sword due to its wavy design.
#5 The Kilij
The Kilij was mostly used by horse-men. It appeared in Turkey around 400CE for the first time.
#4 The Zweihander
The Zweihander sword was so big in size that it needed both the hands to hold it. And it was so powerful that it could kill seven opponents in a single stroke.
#3 The Estoc
The Estoc was a dull-edged thrusting sword. It was designed to split the Armor as well.
#2 The Khanda
The tip of this weapon wass blunt. But it was a perfect chopping device due to its heavy construction.
#1 The Urumi
The Urumi was like a metal whip with two sharp edges. It was invented during the Mauryan Dynasty. To know more about it watch this video.....
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