Arondight - Sword of Lancelot
Attila the Hun's sword, which he claimed was the sword of Mars, the Roman god of war
Caladbolg - Sword of Fergus mac Róich
Claíomh Solais - Sword of Nuada Airgeadlámh, legendary king of Ireland
Crocea Mors - Sword of Julius Caesar
Curtana - Sword of Ogier the Dane, a legendary Danish hero, and a paladin of Charlemagne
Durendal - Sword of Roland, one of Charlemagne's paladins -- alleged to be the same sword as the one wielded by Hector of Ilium
Durendal - A sword that belonged to Hector of Ilium
Excalibur/Caliburn/Caledflwch - Sword of King Arthur
Fragarach - Sword of Manannan mac Lir and Lugh Lamfada
Gram (Balmung) (Nothung) - Sword of Siegfried, hero of the Nibelungenlied
Hauteclere - Sword of Olivier, a French hero depicted in the Song of Roland
Heaven's Will/The Will of Heaven/Thuan Thien/Thuận Thiên. Sword of Vietnamese King Le Loi
Hrunting - Sword lent to Beowulf by Unferth, ineffective against Grendel's mother
Joyeuse - Sword of Charlemagne
Totsuka no Tsurugi - The sword Susanoo used to slay the Yamata no Orochi Susanoo
Kusanagi - Sword that Susanoo found in the dead body of the Yamata no Orochi Susanoo
Laevateinn - Sword that Surtr will use to bring down the dome of heaven at Ragnarök.
Lobera, the sword of the king Saint Ferdinand III of Castile
Naegling - Sword of Beowulf in his old age, used to fight the dragon
Philippan - Sword given to Marc Antony by Cleopatra. Antony lost the sword when he was defeated by Octavian at the Battle of Actium.
Shamshir-e Zomorrodnegar - Sword of King Solomon (in Persian folklore)
Taming Sari - The Kris belonging to the Malay warrior Hang Tuah of the Malacca Sultanate.
Tyrfing - Cursed sword that causes eventual death to its wielder and their kin.