Item Description

Kingdom of Judah Knight's Sword 50" w/Plaque

[PAN/D-2058]

 

NEW RELEASE
"King's Collection Series 2009"
Kingdom of Judah Knight's Sword


Lion of Judah
In Christian tradition, the lion is often assumed to represent Jesus. Many Christian organizations and ministries use the lion of Judah as their emblem or even their name.
The phrase appears in the New Testament Book of Revelation 5:5; "And one of the elders saith unto me, Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, hath prevailed to open the book, and to loose the seven seals thereof."
As a result of the lion's link to the tribe of Judah, the dominant tribe among the ancient Israelites and the legendary ancestor of the Kingdom of Judah, Judea and the modern Jews, variations or translations of the word "lion" have been used as a substitute name for Judah (Yehuda)
Weapon Specs:
Overall Length: 50"
Blade Length: 41"
Blade Type: Stainless Steel 440
Oranate Gold Hilt w/Red Gem Stone
Cast Metal Lion Head pommel
INCLUDES Custom Wood Display Wall Plaque


Tribe of Judah
The Tribe of Judah (Hebrew: ????????, "Praise"; Standard Hebrew Y?huda, Tiberian Hebrew Y?hû??h) is one of the Hebrew tribes, founded by Judah, son of Jacob.
Together with the Tribe of Benjamin, descendants of Judah eventually formed the southern Kingdom of Judah in the ancient Land of Israel, when the Kingdom of Israel was divided. These two tribes were thus not carried into captivity with the ten tribes of the northern Kingdom of Israel when it fell. This started the tradition (some say myth) of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel.
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