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Celtic Bronze & Lapis Sword, Iberian, c. 6th-3rd Century BCE. Although this sword recalls, by its shape, other types widespread throughout several regions during the Iron Age (Celtic world, Anatolia, Iran), the presence of silver patterns enables us to attribute its origin precisely to the Iberian world, where similar damascened decorations are attested, though rarely, not only on sword hilts but also on their scabbards.

Celtic Bronze & Lapis Sword, Iberian, c.

Risultati immagini per Luristan dagger from the Bronze Age - knob crafted as God’s head (Master of animals) - 270

Risultati immagini per Luristan dagger from the Bronze Age - knob crafted as God’s head (Master of animals) - 270

NEAR EASTERN BRONZE LURISTAN ENGRAVED AXE HEAD Circa 2nd millennium BC  A cast bronze axe head with ribbed tubular socket and four spikes in openwork to the rear; the blade triangular and hooked with flanged edges; an engraved spear to each face, one with stylized horned animal; incised horsehead to the upper face. Bronze, 325 grams, 19 cm (7 1/2"). Very fine condition.

NEAR EASTERN BRONZE LURISTAN ENGRAVED AXE HEAD Circa 2nd millennium BC A cast bronze axe head with ribbed tubular socket and four spikes in openwork to the rear; the blade triangular and hooked with flanged edges; an engraved spear to each face, one with stylized horned animal; incised horsehead to the upper face. Bronze, 325 grams, 19 cm (7 1/2"). Very fine condition.

TWO LURISTAN BRONZE AXE HEADS

TWO LURISTAN BRONZE AXE HEADS

TWO LURISTAN BRONZE PINS   CIRCA EARLY 1ST MILLENNIUM B.C.   With terminals in the form of stylised winged bulls, the knopped and ridged shafts with incised decoration  10 1/8 in. (25.7 cm.) long max.

(Iran) Luristan bronze pins, ca early millennium B.

Copper alloy shaft-hole axe-head with incised decoration. Two dogs and two…

Copper alloy shaft-hole axe-head with incised decoration. Two dogs and two…

Authentic Throwing Knife of the Gabon Fang Tribe by ONGUNSPIRIT

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Halberd, c. 1000 BC (Iran, Amlash, 11th century BC) A Halberd is a combination of spear and battle-ax. This one is 13 inches long. http://www.clevelandart.org/art/1966.519?f[0]=field_collection%3A825

Halberd, c. 1000 BC Iran, Amlash, century BC bronze, Overall - cm inches).

A LURISTAN BRONZE SWORD - CIRCA 9TH-7TH CENTURY BCE.

A LURISTAN BRONZE SWORD CIRCA CENTURY B. The tapering blade modelled with three ribs, each splitting in two towards the hilt, the waisted elliptical guard surmounted by two discs, the crescentic bifurcated pommel with notched finials 22 in.

Sword Middle Bronze Age; c. 1150BC

Sword Middle Bronze Age; c. 1150BC

A Luristan bronze sword  Iran, circa 9th-8th Century B.C. The tubular hilt with horizontal ribs, terminating with a double disc pommel, the triangular blade with elaborate midrib, incised geometric patterns decorating the lower half of the blade and the rectangular guard, 22in (56cm) long

A Luristan bronze sword Iran, circa Century B. The tubular hilt with…

Bronze shaft-hole axes Circa 2nd-1st Millennium B.C.

Bronze shaft-hole axes Circa Millennium B. One a Luristan axe with four animal headed butt-spikes, four triple ridges decorate the shaft-hole, the head of a lion abutting, a curved blade emanates from its mouth, circa Century B.

TWO LURISTAN BRONZE AXE HEADS CIRCA LATE 2ND-1ST MILLENNIUM B.C. One with flaring downward-curving blade emerging from a stylised lion's jaw, the ribbed shaft with four butt-spikes; the other with an adze blade emerging from a stylised lion's jaw, with two feathered projections on the ribbed shaft 7¾ in. (19.7 cm.) long max. (2)

Two Luristan bronze axe heads, circa late - early millennium BCE.

Battle Axe | Cleveland Museum of Art

Battle Axe | Cleveland Museum of Art

Crescentic copper alloy axe-head; Iran, Luristan, 1100BC-750BC

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