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Bronze dagger with “rat-tail"
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No. 89 (Inventory no. 3250). Bronze dagger with “rat-tail”. Well preserved. Triangular blade with pronounced midrib. Brown to green patina. L 38. 6 cm. W 8. 6 cm Provenance: Troas. Bought in Athens 1887 (by Sophus Müller ?) Published: Undset 1890, 18, fig. 32. ESA X, 118, fig. 35b. Montelius. 1900, Fig. 383. Przeworski 1939 Pl. 18,2. Branigan 1974, 164, Cat. No. 483 (11). (“Short Swords”). Stronach 1957, Fig. 4, 3 (After Montelius 1900, Fig. 383). Comments: DATING: Branigan 1974, 16: “… it is typologically closer to EBA spearhead types in the Troad, the Cyclades and Anatolia generally”. Stronach 1957: “… the Anatolian examples are all unstratified and can only be dated approximately by Cypriot models which are commonest between EC Ib and EC IIa (cit. 106)”. “EBI in Palestinian chronology or the beginning of the Early Bronze II – that is: 3.200-2.750 BC” (Hestrin and Tadmor 1963, 28). DISTRIBUTION: The type is usual in Cyprus and Anatolia (Stronach cit.) but also in Palestine (for instance from Kfar Monash, Hestrin and Tadmor 1963, 279-282).
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Nationalmuseet, Danmark
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3250
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AS-21290
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Bronze dagger with “rat-tail"
No. 89 (Inventory no. 3250). Bronze dagger with “rat-tail”. Well preserved. Triangular blade with pronounced midrib. Brown to green patina. L 38. 6 cm. W 8. 6 cm Provenance: Troas. Bought in Athens 1887 (by Sophus Müller ?) Published: Undset 1890, 18, fig. 32. ESA X, 118, fig. 35b. Montelius. 1900, Fig. 383. Przeworski 1939 Pl. 18,2. Branigan 1974, 164, Cat. No. 483 (11). (“Short Swords”). Stronach 1957, Fig. 4, 3 (After Montelius 1900, Fig. 383). Comments: DATING: Branigan 1974, 16: “… it is typologically closer to EBA spearhead types in the Troad, the Cyclades and Anatolia generally”. Stronach 1957: “… the Anatolian examples are all unstratified and can only be dated approximately by Cypriot models which are commonest between EC Ib and EC IIa (cit. 106)”. “EBI in Palestinian chronology or the beginning of the Early Bronze II – that is: 3.200-2.750 BC” (Hestrin and Tadmor 1963, 28). DISTRIBUTION: The type is usual in Cyprus and Anatolia (Stronach cit.) but also in Palestine (for instance from Kfar Monash, Hestrin and Tadmor 1963, 279-282).