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King Leonidas Sword

King Leonidas Sword

King Leonidas Sword

King Leonidas Sword

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Popular pieces include the officially licensed King Leonidas Sword Arkida Reeves Nude, helmets, armor and shields and a modern version of a Spartan Spear.

Buy all types of movie swords on sale now. King Leonidas Helmets for sale are from the King Leonidas Sword movie These officially licensed helmets are handsomely crafted of steel that is plated with antiqued brass. They have a black horsehair crest and are over 19 inches tall and weigh over 12 pounds.

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King Leonidas Sword

King Leonidas Sword

Popular pieces include the officially licensed Spartan Sword, helmets, armor and shields and a modern version of a Spartan Spear.

King Leonidas Sword

King Leonidas' replica sword from the movie 76cm. Carbon steel blade. Comes with leather scabbard/5(4).

King Leonidas Sword

King Leonidas Sword

Spartan Sword of King Leonidas, Spartan Officer Sword, Ancient Greek Bronze Sword, Spartan Warrior Replica Sword, Gift for Him. GreekMythos. 5 out of 5 stars. () $ Only 1 available and it's in 2 people's carts. Add to Favorites.

Molon labe Ancient Greek : μολὼν λαβέ , romanized : molṑn labé , meaning 'come and take [them]', is a classical expression of defiance. It is among the Laconic phrases reported by Plutarch , [1] attributed to King Leonidas I in reply to the demand by Xerxes I that the Spartans surrender their weapons. The phrase "molṑn labé" is in the Classical Greek of Plutarch, and does not necessarily reflect the Doric dialect that Leonidas would have used. The form "ἔμολον" is recorded in Doric as the aorist for εἷρπον , "to go, come". The phrase is participial, its literal translation would be approximately "having come, take!




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