Peter Johnsson’s ground-breaking theory on the design of the Medieval sword

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Geometry of the Sword

Ten circles, overlapping though the center of each. A square around the first, and a equilateral triangle formed by the intersection of first and second circle. Lines starting at the base of the square and meeting in the tenth circle will pass through the corners of the equilateral triangle.

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From this you get the basis for the design of the sword.

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