A finely crafted bronze axe-head with spiked butt. Short cylindrical shaft-hole cast with four raised horizontal moldings terminating at back in spur-like projections with conical terminals. The blade rises above the top of the shaft and springs from the third rib down at the bottom. Small area of incised linear design on top of blade above shaft-hole. See P.R.S Moorey, Catalogue of the Ancient Persian Bronzes in the Ashmolean Museum, plate 2, #14.
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Ancient Middle Bronze Age painted pottery jar “Chocolate on white ware”
'Chocolate-on-White' Ware is a ceramic type known from the region during the Middle Bronze Age II to the early Late Bronze Age I (ca 1600-1400 BC)
The Ware features elegant storage jars, platters and kraters painted with brown geometric motifs on a cream-coloure ...click for details
A wonderful set of ancient arrowheads from three different periods, Iron Age, 1000 BC - Greek- 400 BC and the Roman period, 100 – 300 AD
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. Arrowheads were produced in a variety of shapes and si ...click for details
Directly from Jerusalem - Holy Land, an authentic biblical Roman Herodian clay oil lamp with two incised lines and burning marks at the nozzle
Dated from, 37 BC - 70 AD
"Time of Jesus and King Herod the Great"