Early version of the sword
In the early version, the sword was a versatile, comparatively light and long sword, equipped with a complex guard that could both be pricked and chopped, and the complex guard tolerably protected the fingers and in the absence of a patchwork glove.
And since the sword was an indispensable attribute of the court costume, a lighter version of the "court" sword of the English appeared. court sword, named. espada ropera a sword "for clothes", which could no longer be cut, although the existing blades allowed cutting and cutting strokes.