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90s fictional medieval action movie where hero reclaims his familys castle

The movie was set in a fictional medieval realm which was not fantastic iirc. It featured a young protagonist whose family was killed by some faction  (may be some kind of warlord) when the hero was a kid/baby and that faction also occupied his castle or walled city for many years.

Towards the end the protagonist enlisted some help from another groups and assaulted the walled city. A climatic duel occurs in a hall between the warlord and the hero. At some point in the duel the fighting causes a drape covering a wall to drop and a tapestry or mural depicting the hero and his family appears and the hero learns of his ancestry.
asked Dec 1, 2013 in Name That Movie by lkw999 (1 point)