King Arthur's sword, c. 1300, from Old French Escalibor, corruption of Caliburn, in Geoffrey of Monmouth (c.1140) Caliburnus, apparently from Welsh Caledvwlch probably a variant of the legendary Irish sword name Caladbolg which might mean literally "hard-belly," i.e. "voracious." For first element, see callus; for second, see belly (n.).
1. Many a would - be hero died with Excalibur still sheathed upon his belt.
2. They called the sword Excalibur, and It'seemed everything they had asked.
3. The beginning is the Excalibur EXPA 10 arthitecture, and the following is the ACSS architecture design.