Copper alloy tanged dagger with flat triangular blade with single hollow-ground edge bevels. Edges damaged and tip lacking. Narrowed tang with hammered low bifacial flanges, butt damaged. Central cast rivet hole with quadrangular-section rivet with broad hammered flat caps; traces of slight ? cast rivet-notch at each side of hilt base. Clear crescentic hilt line preserved in corrosion product; dark green variable patina, heavily corroded.

An00015383 001 l

Thing

Exhibition
G51 Agriculture 2007
Made Of
copper alloy
Type of Thing
dagger
Techniques
hammered

Place

Found In
Sittingbourne
In Gallery
G51/dc6

Time

Acquired In
1892
Period/Culture
Early Bronze Age

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