In this article two swords: one found in the Dunajec river in Sikorzyce and the second, excavated in the old bed of the San river in Radymno are presented. The sword from Sikorzyce was manufactured between 1250-1350, probably in one of the Hungarian workshops; the sword from Radymno should be dated to the period 1360-1450 and recognized as the local, Polish work. Both findings may be connected with the San river and Dunajec river crossings on two trade routes: Kraków - Lviv and Poland - Hungary.
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