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MX1403

A Luristan bronze Spearhead, ca 1200-800 BC

cast using the lost wax process; of elongated tapering form, gently curved shoulder and projecting rectangular-sectioned midrib, a rat-tail or bent tang with button end. 

For similar example, see Moorey PRS, " Catalogue of Ancient Persian Bronzes in the Ashmolean Museum" (1971), 88, fig 84 and Negahban, "Marlik, the Complete Excavation Report", #747, 751 and 749.

Condition:  Minor nicks to the blade edge from use otherwise intact and in very good condition overall.  In presentation case.

Dimensions: Length: 12.3 inches (32 cm)

Provenance: The Herbert Kavet private collection of Ancient Weapons, acquired from Harmer Rourke Galleries, NY in the early 1970's.

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