An Archaic sword discovered embed in a stone at the bottom of a Bosnian lake is being hailed as ‘Excalibur’.
The 700-year-old weapon is being compared with Lord Arthur’s unbelievable sword due to its description and way it was found matches the legendary story.
As indicated by old legend, Lord Arthur was the solitary individual ready to pull a sword called Excalibur from a stone, making him the legal hire to England in the fifth and mid sixth century.
The archeologists who as of late pulled the fourteenth century sword from the Vrbas river have still not confirmed whether it is king Arthur sword or not but the archeological discovery will be counted as an important one.
The sword was revealed from the lake during an exhuming close to the remains of archaic manor in the city of Zvecaj.
It was discovered 36 feet submerged attached to a strong stone.
Just a single other sword like this is thought to have been found in the Balkans in the past 90 years.
Ivana Pandzic, paleontologist and keeper at the Gallery of the Republika Srpska stated: “The sword was stuck in a strong stone, so exceptional consideration was required when hauling it out.
The sharp edge has been gone back to around the 14 century and is the primary sword to be found close to the middle age city of Zveča.