An as-yet indecipherable inscription on a sword dating back to years ago has researchers at the British Library flummoxed. A sword on display at the British Library has an year-old mystery engraved on its blade. Dating back to between and AD, the sword was discovered in the east of England, in the River Witham near Lincoln, in the 19th century.
First of all, this is from Niger. It's Tuareg, and this particular kind of sword is called takouba. And a Tuareg warrior would have carried a sword like this and a lance.
She reached into the water and pulled out what she thought was a stick—but quickly realized that it was something far more special. It is in such good condition, in fact, that its scabbard of wood and leather has survived to the present day. Subsequent searches of the waters turned up a piece of metal jewelry that has been dated between and A.
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So far as we know, only six of this type are presently identified. Three crescent-shaped notches are applied at the end of the spine. The marks are most likely of a Passau smith.
Some of the Samurai swords are dated. The dates are found in the tang of the sword. There were different methods that the swordsmith employed to date the blades.