Blade: Stainless Steel
There is also a character, Durandarte, in The Old Romancero, famous for his relationship with Belerma, who personifies the sword mentioned above.
Durandarte accompanied Roldán until his death at the battle of Roncesvalles on August 15, 788. In the two songs ( La Chanson de Roland and El cantar de Roncesvalles ) it is mentioned that Charlemagne meets him with the sword next to him.
Lake Carucedo, at the bottom of which, legend has it, is roldán's sword.
In other versions Roldán threw the sword into the water before dying to prevent it from falling into enemy hands.
In El Bierzo there is a legend that the sword of Roldán is in Lake Carucedo, near the mines of Roman de Las Médulas 1 2
There is another version that says that the Leonese knight Bernardo del Carpio after defeating Roldán took the sword Durandarte with which he was buried in Peña Longa ( Aguilar de Campoo ). Later Charles I landed in Laredo, and as he passed through Aguilar he stopped at the tomb of Bernardo del Carpio, and took the sword that would accompany him for much of his life.