Rhongomyniad (“spear” + “striker, slayer”) is also first mentioned in Culhwch, although only in passing; it appears as simply Ron (“spear”) in Geoffrey’s Historia. In the Alliterative Morte Arthure, a Middle English poem, there is mention of Clarent, a sword of peace meant for knighting and ceremonies as opposed to battle, which is stolen and then used...
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