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In the epic poem Le Chanson de Roland ("Song of Roland"), Almace (alternatively Almice or Almacia) is the sword of Turpin, Archbishop of Reims, one of the last three Franks to die at the Battle of Roncevaux Pass, along with Roland and Gualter de Hum.
The etymology of the name is uncertain, but it may be derived from German, or from the Old Norse all macht, meaning Almighty.