-- Ice-Brook Sword
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Ice-Brook Sword

In Hamlet's Othello, the Ice-Brook sword is Othello's spare sword. The name refers to a type of high quality Spanish sword "of ice-brook temper", meaning when the sword was finished and still hot from the forge, it was quenched in the brook Salo where the water is very cold.

England, Fantasy, Sword, Weapon

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