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    Group Of Eleven Ancient Weapons / Tools / and Projectile Points. The two war hammers and two adzes are identified as being from central Europe, bronze age, C. 3000 B. C. The double bit war axe is 9", the hammer with single bit is 8 1/4". The smaller of the two adzes is 4 7/8" and the larger is 6". The projectile points are all identified as Sarmation and range in size from 3" to 7 3/8". Several are iron, the others bronze. The smaller points likely meant for use with arrows while the two larger points are obviously meant to be mounted on lightweight spears. The Sarmatian culture spanned the period from the 5th century B. C. to the 4th century A.D. A very nice grouping all in very fine untouched 'relic' condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2012
    9th Saturday
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