Why did Snape hide the sword in the lake?

Asked by Goldie Duffy

In addition, the portrait of Dumbledore told Severus Snape that the sword must be taken under conditions of need and valour, which was why Snape put it into the frozen pond in the first place. As Goblin’s silver, it imbibed only substances which strengthened it, which could then be used against enemies.

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