Associated with the Holy Grail in Arthurian legend. Its supposed history begins with King David, who bequeathed the sword to Solomon, who was bidden to recast the pommel. In Solomon's time it was placed in a ship built and luxuriously furnished by Solomon's wife. Subsequently discovered by the Knights of the Quest, it was assumed and worn by Sir Galahad.
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