Category:Joyeuse (sword)

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English: The French sword "Joyeuse", claimed to be the sword of Charlemagne (not the only like-named sword claiming this origin). A part of the regalia of France, dating to the ancien regime period.
Français : Epée du sacre dite " de Charlemagne" ou "Joyeuse" : Pommeau X -XI e siècle, quillons : XIIe siècle, Or et acier - Provient du trésor de l'Abbaye de Saint-Denis - MS 84.


Fourreau de l'épée du sacre - Ile-de-France - fin XIIe et XIXe siècle - Argent doré, cuivre, pierres précieuses, velours - Provient du trésor de l'Abbaye de Saint-Denis
Joyosa (es); Joyeuse (fr); Joyeuse (ca); Joyeuse (de); Joiosa (pt); 咎瓦尤斯 (zh); Joyeuse (ro); ジョワユーズ (ja); Joyeuse (pl); Жуайоз (uk); Joyeuse (nl); Choyosa (an); Ζουαγιέζ (el); Gioiosa (it); Joyeuse (en); Меч Карла Великого (ru); Жоајез (mk); Joyeuse (nb) Símbolo de Carlo Magno y de Juana de Arco (es); épée du sacre des rois de France (fr); Famous sword believed to have once belonged to Charlemagne (en); Schwert, das Karl d. Gr. zugeschrieben wird (de); меч на Карло Велики (mk); zwaard van de kroning van de koningen van Frankrijk (nl) Altachiara (it); ジョワイユーズ, ジュワユーズ (ja); Épée de Charlemagne (fr); Меч на Карло Велики (mk); Joyeuse (es)
Joyeuse 
Famous sword believed to have once belonged to Charlemagne
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Instance ofsword
Part ofregalia of the Kingdom of France
Material used
Location Room 502
Collection
  • Department of Decorative Arts of the Louvre
Inventory number
  • MS 84 (Department of Decorative Arts of the Louvre)
Inception
  • 10th century (before 1100, after 900)
Different from
  • La Joyosa
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