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Tulwar (also known as the Talwar)
Time Period: 13th-19th century
Location: India
Common Construction: Iron, Steel

The tulwar is a curved sword used in parts of India beginning in the 13th century. It is generally wider than blades that came after it, such as the shamshir, kilij, etc. Nearly all curved blades in that part of the world are derived from the sabers used by the Mongols.

CE 13th Century, CE 14th Century, CE 15th Century, CE 16th Century, CE 17th Century, CE 18th Century, CE 19th Century, History, India, Sword, Weapon

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