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300 Spartan Swords Based on the epic graphic novel by Frank Miller, the movie 300 is a ferocious tale of the epic Battle of Thermopylae. Led by King Leonidas, 300 Spartans fought against the massive Persian army to inspire all of Greece to fight for democracy. Now you can own a piece of history with these authentic movie swords and movie collectibles from the movie 300. Grab one of these limited edition pieces for yourself or for a loved one. We take great pride in knowing that we carry the best movie replicas in the world at the very best prices and these 300 movie weapons are no exception.
17 Feb 2009
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Kill Bill movie replica swords, Bill's Demon Hattori Hanzo, The Bride's Samurai Sword, and Oren Ishi.
3 Nov 2008
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The Medieval and Renaissance blade, a profound and beautiful object hand- crafted by master artisans of old. An object of great complexity, yet one with a sin- gular use in mind - it is designed to kill. The truth of the sword has been shrouded in antiquity, and the Renaissance martial arts that brought it to being are long for- gotten. The ancient practitioners lent us all they knew through their manuscripts. As gunslingers of the Renaissance they were western heroes with swords, and they lived and died by them. Yet today their history remains cloaked under a shadow of legend. Documentary.
23 Dec 2008
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Join Dan N' Jay for some dreidel-spinning fun in this special Hanukkah episode, as they re-visit some of their favorite releases from 2008 by Howlin' Rain, Murder By Death, Tim Barry, the Sword, and Ninja Gun.
24 Dec 2008
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A tsuba is the hand guard of a Japanese sword. It served several purposes. The tsuba balanced the sword. And it protected the hand of the sword holder from an attack by an enemy as well as from gliding into the sword blade. The third purpose was a more refined one. The Japanese tsuba developed into a kind of a status symbol for the sword owner. Thus the Japanese sword tsuba became an elaborate piece of art-far beyond its practical use. During the Muromachi period (1333-1573) and the Momoyama period (1573-1603) feudal lords and powerful clans fought fierce battles against each other. Therefore the functionality of the sword tsuba was more important than its decoration. The Edo period brought an uninterrupted period of 256years of peace to Japan. Now the Japanese sword tsuba rapidly developed into a refined piece of art. This is a Tsuba video from *******www.handmadesword****. Welcome to share more information and interesting pictures about Japanese samurai swords!
13 May 2009
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A tsuba is the hand guard of a Japanese sword. It served several purposes. The tsuba balanced the sword. And it protected the hand of the sword holder from an attack by an enemy as well as from gliding into the sword blade. The third purpose was a more refined one. The Japanese tsuba developed into a kind of a status symbol for the sword owner. Thus the Japanese sword tsuba became an elaborate piece of art-far beyond its practical use. During the Muromachi period (1333-1573) and the Momoyama period (1573-1603) feudal lords and powerful clans fought fierce battles against each other. Therefore the functionality of the sword tsuba was more important than its decoration. The Edo period brought an uninterrupted period of 256years of peace to Japan. Now the Japanese sword tsuba rapidly developed into a refined piece of art. This is a Tsuba video from *******www.handmadesword****. Welcome to share more information and interesting pictures about Japanese samurai swords!
18 Sep 2009
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A tsuba is the hand guard of a Japanese sword. It served several purposes. The tsuba balanced the sword. And it protected the hand of the sword holder from an attack by an enemy as well as from gliding into the sword blade. The third purpose was a more refined one. The Japanese tsuba developed into a kind of a status symbol for the sword owner. Thus the Japanese sword tsuba became an elaborate piece of art-far beyond its practical use. During the Muromachi period (1333-1573) and the Momoyama period (1573-1603) feudal lords and powerful clans fought fierce battles against each other. Therefore the functionality of the sword tsuba was more important than its decoration. The Edo period brought an uninterrupted period of 256years of peace to Japan. Now the Japanese sword tsuba rapidly developed into a refined piece of art. This is a Tsuba video from *******www.handmadesword****. Welcome to share more information and interesting pictures about Japanese samurai swords!
29 Dec 2008
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A tsuba is the hand guard of a Japanese sword. It served several purposes. The tsuba balanced the sword. And it protected the hand of the sword holder from an attack by an enemy as well as from gliding into the sword blade. The third purpose was a more refined one. The Japanese tsuba developed into a kind of a status symbol for the sword owner. Thus the Japanese sword tsuba became an elaborate piece of art-far beyond its practical use. During the Muromachi period (1333-1573) and the Momoyama period (1573-1603) feudal lords and powerful clans fought fierce battles against each other. Therefore the functionality of the sword tsuba was more important than its decoration. The Edo period brought an uninterrupted period of 256years of peace to Japan. Now the Japanese sword tsuba rapidly developed into a refined piece of art. This is a Tsuba video from *******www.handmadesword****. Welcome to share more information and interesting pictures about Japanese samurai swords!
24 Dec 2008
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A tsuba is the hand guard of a Japanese sword. It served several purposes. The tsuba balanced the sword. And it protected the hand of the sword holder from an attack by an enemy as well as from gliding into the sword blade. The third purpose was a more refined one. The Japanese tsuba developed into a kind of a status symbol for the sword owner. Thus the Japanese sword tsuba became an elaborate piece of art-far beyond its practical use. During the Muromachi period (1333-1573) and the Momoyama period (1573-1603) feudal lords and powerful clans fought fierce battles against each other. Therefore the functionality of the sword tsuba was more important than its decoration. The Edo period brought an uninterrupted period of 256years of peace to Japan. Now the Japanese sword tsuba rapidly developed into a refined piece of art. This is a Tsuba video from *******www.handmadesword****. Welcome to share more information and interesting pictures about Japanese samurai swords!
30 Dec 2008
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*******www.balconytv.ie BALCONYTV DUBLIN 10/01/2009 PRESENTED BY TOM MILLETT Froud hail from a nationwide cross-section of Carrickmacross, Kilkenny, Swords and Athlone with very strong links to Wexford where the whole thing began in late 2007. Shortly after the summer of 08 seen a stint in the studio to begin work on their debut album which is due for release in 09 titled My Claimz. A sound that blends guitar based alternative rock and mainstream sensibility will lend itself to eclectic tastes! *******www.myspace****/froudmusic Tune in again tomorrow!!!
10 Jan 2009
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Timothy Sandefur, of The Pacific Legal Foundation was not a co-plaintiff in the Merryfield v. Lockyer case. He was the lawyer that both tried it and won it. He carried the sword and led the fight for not only the rights of Wildlife Controllers but the rights of every American citizen. The Pacific Legal Foundation is a non-profit legal foundation that provides free legal representation to folks like Alan Merrifield, of Urban Wildlife Control In California. You can find the whole interview at
21 Jan 2009
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<*******www.neelaearth****> - Kodungalloor Bharani 50 kms north of Kochi is the ancient port town of Crangannore, now called as Kodungalloor. The goddess Bhagavathi is the presiding deity of the ancient temple here. The Bharani festival which falls in the month of Meenam (March/April) attracts the largest congregation of Velichappadu (oracles), both men and women. The term Velichappadu in Malayalam means "the revealer of light". The festival commemorates goddess Bhadrakaali's victory over the demon Daarika. The huge idol of Bhadrakaali, with eight hands, each holding weapons like swords and wheels evokes reverential fear in the minds of the devotees. Velichappadus dressed in red costume and with streaming hair, smear their body with turmeric powder, wear huge waist belts studded with bells and hold aloft sacred swords of different sizes and shapes. Once in a trance, these oracles perform a frenzied dance, repeatedly slashing their foreheads with curved swords. As a supreme symbol of their devotion they make
1 Apr 2009
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Parichamuttukali : *******www.neelaearth**** Parichamuttukali is a martial art form performed by the Christians of northern and central Kerala. The origin of the art can be traced back to ancient days when Kalarippayattu, the martial art of Kerala, was in vogue. Parichamuttukali is a group dance performed by men bearing swords and shields and follows the movements and steps of Kalarippayattu. The Asan (leader of the group) sing songs to the chimes of a bell. Musical accompaniment is restricted to elathalam (small cymbals) and the din made by the rhythmic clapping of swords and shields. As the pace of the dance gradually heightens, the music also reaches a crescendo. The dancers are usually dressed in a white loin cloth with red wrist-bands and sing in chorus as they dance. The dance used to be performed as a religious offering is now a days gaining popularity as a Christian entertainment art.
6 Feb 2009
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If you want magic swords and wizards, keep listening a few minutes... This piece (and others) may be available on iTunes in a few weeks.
23 Dec 2010
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Ahmadinejad tells critics: “We will not surrender” President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad blasted his election rivals in a speech in Tehran on Thursday, saying that those who are continuously thrusting “their sharpened swords and spears” and “bad-mouthing” others, should know that “the Iranian nation is a follower of the Holy Fatemeh-e Zahra [the Prophet Mohammad’s daughter] and Imam Hossein [third imam of the Shi’is] and we have bared our throats for the blows of your spears, but we will not surrender,” reports the semi-official ISNA news agency.
29 May 2009
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Just some techniques for camera angle adjustment with nice appearence of jimmy the dog, who´s the retainer of our great camera-man...... Next weeks and months you get here some (short) clips from the devolping of a demotape for some new Sword and Baton-Art techniques. The clips and outtakes are mostly practice and try-overs, camera adjustments and others. Some are held in slowmo-movments, some are very fast. Enjoy the sometimes not so serious moments, even if i look sometimes not really amused. Some mistakes are also inside. The one, when i smashed me a stick right in the face will be uploaded a little later... ;O) Have fuN ! Andreas Ramlow
29 Oct 2009
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