A cimeter or scimitar is a large, curved butcher's knife, with a blade typically 8-14"
(20-35 cm) long. It is used primarily for cutting large pieces of meat into retail ...
Roper examines the use of the terms sword and cimeter in a Mesoamerican
setting as well as in the Book of Mormon text. The macuahuitl was a fearsome ...
Aug 10, 2013 ... A Cimeter (more commonly spelled scimitar) is a sword “having a curved blade
with the edge on the convex side” or “something resembling a ...
Jun 14, 2008 ... Scimitars (spelled “cimeters” by Joseph Smith), were Old-World weapons of war
that were mentioned throughout the Book of Mormon. However ...
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Another warrior carrying a weapon that would be called a “cimeter”. A curved
weapon called a “cimeter”, carved in stone. “Stela 11”. Located at the ancient city
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This is a 12 inch Cimeter knife, it is used for butchering large pieces of meat. It
also works great for slicing meats, roasts, roast turkey and ham and into thin and
Aug 13, 2008 ... The next weapon discussed is the cimeter, of which the more modern ... In our
opinion, however, the Book of Mormon cimeter should probably ...
If you stand right fronting and face to face to a fact, you will see the sun glimmer
on both its surfaces, as if it were a cimeter, and feel its sweet edge dividing you ...
Cimeter. A cimeter (or scimitar) knife is a cousin of the classic butcher knife. Its
upward curving blade makes it well suited for cutting and trimming steaks.