The Sword in the Stone
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The Sword in the Stone may refer to:
- The Sword in the Stone (novel), a 1938 novel by T. H. White
- A weapon in the Arthurian legend which only the rightful king of Britain can pull from the stone; sometimes associated with Excalibur, see Excalibur#Excalibur and the Sword in the Stone. (Though in the original tale, the sword in the stone that Arthur pulls is not Excalibur.)
- A medieval sword blade of Galgano Guidotti embedded in rock at the Montesiepi Chapel near the Abbey of San Galgano in Siena providence, Italy. (Chisdino).
- The Sword in the Stone, a 1963 Disney animated film based on the T. H. White novel
- "Indiana Jones and the Sword in the Stone", one of three adventures in the game Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Templars
- "The Sword in the Stone", a 2011 two-part episode in the fourth season of the British television series Merlin
- The Sword in the Stone, a music composition for a 1939 six-part radio show composed by Benjamin Britten
- "The Sword in the Stone", a song by Kayak on their 1981 studio album Merlin
- "Sword and Stone", a song released by the German band Bonfire on their 1989 album Point Blank
- "The Sword in the Stone", a song by Ted Leo and the Pharmacists on the 2003 EP Tell Balgeary, Balgury Is Dead
- The Sword in the Stone, a play by Chinese-Canadian playwright Marty Chan
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