Panoply with pirate saber
  • Panoply with pirate saber

Panoply with pirate saber (30cm)

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The saber is a curved and single-edged sword, intended for cutting, usually used by cavalry and by infantry and marine officers between the seventeenth and twentieth centuries.
The curved character of its blade traditionally differentiates it from the sword and its objective is to get a man, when unloading the arm with this weapon, to draw a wide circle on the opponent, achieving that the cutting point of the saber always be tangent; It arose from the need for speed in combat, which is achieved by cutting and not leaving the blade of the weapon embedded in the body of the adversary. The sabers thought for the cavalry have a great curvature, they are almost circular, however, the sabers for the infantry and the navy have a lesser curvature, because they give greater importance to the defensive function: keep the enemy away and stop their blows.
The most famous Muslim privateer was born on the Greek island of Lesbos, then under Turkish control. He developed his reputation as a privateer in the early sixteenth century; Together with his brother Aruch, from his base in Algiers, he managed to control trade in the Mediterranean under the auspices of the Turkish Empire and become a nightmare for the Spanish empire and for the other Christian states of his time.
After the death of Aruch, Barbarroja was named admiral of the Ottoman fleet by Suleiman I, and joined forces with the king of France, Francisco I, to unleash a blunt offensive against the king of Spain Carlos V; only the peace of Crépy, agreed between France and Spain in 1544, put an end to its attacks.

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Times or events
18th century
30 cm
Product Weight
300 g

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