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Remains of an iron sword and part of its copper-alloy scabbard. Culture/period:      Iron Age - 200 BC - AD 100 (circa).        Found: England. | © Trustees of the British Museum

Remains of an iron sword and part of its copper-alloy scabbard. Culture/period: Iron Age - 200 BC - AD 100 (circa). Found: England. | © Trustees of the British Museum

A EUROPEAN BRONZE SWORD   BRONZE AGE, CIRCA 12TH-10TH CENTURY B.C.   The long tapering blade with parallel grooves towards the tip, the hilt riveted to the blade, the arched guard with incised bands of chevrons, the ridged grip chased with three raised bands each with squares of alternating incised dashes, the disc-shaped pommel with knob terminal decorated with concentric circles including a wide band of alternating vertical dashes and concentric semi-circles

A EUROPEAN BRONZE SWORD BRONZE AGE, CIRCA 12TH-10TH CENTURY B.C. The long tapering blade with parallel grooves towards the tip, the hilt riveted to the blade, the arched guard with incised bands of chevrons, the ridged grip chased with three raised bands each with squares of alternating incised dashes, the disc-shaped pommel with knob terminal decorated with concentric circles including a wide band of alternating vertical dashes and concentric semi-circles

Imported swords from Åmosen and Stensgård.  Many objects found in Denmark testify to long-distance trade networks. The swords from Stensgård and Torupgårde were made in Hungary or Romania.

Imported swords from Åmosen and Stensgård. Many objects found in Denmark testify to long-distance trade networks. The swords from Stensgård and Torupgårde were made in Hungary or Romania.

A EUROPEAN BRONZE SWORD   SOUTH-CENTRAL EUROPE, LATE BRONZE AGE, CIRCA 11TH CENTURY B.C.   The lanceolate blade with a raised rounded midrib, tapering to the sharp cutting edges, with an incised linear border along its length, inserted into the separately-cast hilt, with two rivets joining the arched guard to the blade, the grip with four raised bands, each flanked by incised bands, the disk-shaped pommel with a terminal knob, incised concentric circles on the top

A EUROPEAN BRONZE SWORD SOUTH-CENTRAL EUROPE, LATE BRONZE AGE, CIRCA 11TH CENTURY B.C. The lanceolate blade with a raised rounded midrib, tapering to the sharp cutting edges, with an incised linear border along its length, inserted into the separately-cast hilt, with two rivets joining the arched guard to the blade, the grip with four raised bands, each flanked by incised bands, the disk-shaped pommel with a terminal knob, incised concentric circles on the top

Pharaoh Timeline images or statues | Statue of Queen Arsinoe II [Egyptian] (20.2.21) | Heilbrunn Timeline ...

Pharaoh Timeline images or statues | Statue of Queen Arsinoe II [Egyptian] (20.2.21) | Heilbrunn Timeline ...

Two antenna daggers with bronze handle and scabbard, from the Hallstatt burial site, Austria. Detail of 07-01-04/10. Left dagger, overall length: 44.6 cm (c) Photograph by Erich Lessing

Two antenna daggers with bronze handle and scabbard, from the Hallstatt burial site, Austria. Detail of 07-01-04/10. Left dagger, overall length: 44.6 cm (c) Photograph by Erich Lessing

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