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Curtayne (also known as Colbrand's Brand)

In the English work Bevis of Hampton, Curtayne is the sword of Miles, the second son of Sir Bevis. The sword is mentioned in the same passage in which Sir Guy is said to wield Aroundight, the sword originally belonging to Sir Lancelot.

Curtayne may be a variation of Ogier the Dane's sword, Curtana. It is also sometimes referred to as Colbrand's Brand, which may be a variation of Caliburn, the sword of King Arthur.

England, Mythology, Sword, Weapon

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