Damascus steel is a famed type of steel recognizable by the watery or wavy light and dark pattern of the metal. Aside from being beautiful, Damascus steel is valued because it maintains a keen edge, yet is hard and flexible. Weapons made from Damascus steel are vastly superior to weapons formed from iron!
Damascus steel is the name of a steel Islamic craftsman from around 750-945 CE.
The steel bears a wavy pattern, so it is also called Persian watered steel.
Damascus steel is beautiful, very sharp, and very tough. It was superior to other alloys used for swords at the time.
Modern Damascus steel is not the same as the original metal. While it may be made using the same techniques, the original Damascus steel used a metal called wootz steel.
Wootz steel does not exist today, but moden blades made using high-carbon steel and forged with pattern-welding approximate Damascus steel.
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