What legends are about the Excalibur ?
There are two legends about Excalibur. In the first, it is referred to as “Sword in the Stone” in Robert de Boron’s poem Merlin. King Arthur pulls the sword out of the stone he’s stuck in, proving his strength and domination. According to the legend of King Arthur written by Sir Thomas Malory, while King Arthur fights King Pellinore, his sword is broken. Another sword, ie Excalibur, is given to King Arthur by the Lady of the Lake. With the death of King Arthur, Sir Bedivere threw the sword into the lake, and a hand rising from the lake disappeared by grabbing the sword.
King Arthur’s sword with magical powers, Excalibur, is also attached to the rightful sovereignty of Great Britain. Although these two swords are mentioned as the same swords in some places, it is said to be different from each other in some sources. It is said that this sword is made of a meteorite mine that fell on the earth. As soon as it is pulled, thirty torches have features such as dazzling enemies, preventing the owner from getting deadly wounds thanks to his strong scabbard, and the injured place not bleeding.