PERSIAN, IRON AGE, 1200 – 1000 BC
Length: 19.5 cm
Height: 7 cm
Height on stand: 17 cm
Very good condition with beautiful patina
Nicely set of an acrylic “Plexi-glass” display stand
Complete and intact with earthy encrustations around the shaft, one spike slightly bent.
Cast using the lost wax method; a spike-butted axehead, the short, cylindrical shaft tube with three cords across each side, lead...
BRONZE AGE, PERSIA, 1200 – 800 BC
Beautifully made with remains of limestone inlay on the handle, untouched as found...
CANAANITE, Late Bronze Age, 1550 B.C.
Time of Moses
Found in the Holy Land
Condition: Perfect condition with natural patina.
Length: 35 cm
Nicely mounted on a plexi-glass “Lucite” display stand of high quality.
Condition: Good condition with gorgeous natural patina
They will beat their swords into plowshares and their SPEARS into pruning hooks...
Lurestan, Late 2nd/Early 1st Millennium B.C.
A charming Lurestan mace-head with octagonal shaft and faceted knobs around the swollen head, flanked by grooved bands.
Length: 15 cm
Width: 16.5 cm
Condition: Perfect condition with natural patina
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CANAANITE, Middle Bronze Age
Circa, 2000 – 1750 BC
Time of the Patriarchs
Length: 11 cm
Width: 4 cm
Height on stand: 14 cm
This axe is an example of the ‘duck-bill’ type, so-called because of its likeness to a duckbill, with its elongated blade with a central ridge and two large oval holes...
Canaanite, Late Chalcholithic - Early Bronze Age, 3500 - 2200 B.C.
Found in the Holy Land
Rare- ancient Canaanite copper Flat Axe-head and a Mace-head (Set)
Cast copper alloy flat / proto-palstave axehead from the early Bronze Age with a crescent-shaped blade. The body of the object thickens towards the middle and there are ridges along the sides, running perpendicularly to the blade...
Canaanite, Middle Bronze Age, 1750 – 1550 B.C.
Roman period, 1st – 3rd Centuries A.D.
One of the reasons for the soldier's success was their weapon. Besides his sword or spear, the most common weapon for a soldier would have been his bow and arrow. Bronze weapons were far superior to soft copper blades...
One of the reasons for the soldier's success was their weapons. Besides his sword or spear, the most common weapon for a soldier would have been his bow and arrow. Bronze weapons were far superior to soft copper blades...
The sword is beautifully made with a decorated “engraved” handle
Measurements: Length: 57.5 cm - Width: 5.5 cm
The sword is nicely displayed on a plexi-glass stand of high quality
Condition: Good condition
This fantastic weapon has survived Intact and Untouched...