Copper alloy socketed axe with continuous profile and rounded socket.Mouth almost circular in section, with raised double collar and lateral loop, broken in antiquity, short trapezoidal blade with slightly curved cutting edge. Decorated on both faces with multiple nervatures in the form of Vs. Smooth blackish patina with incrustations of earth. Cutting edge and body slightly damaged by hammering.

An00547766 001 l


Made Of
copper alloy
Type of Thing
socketed axe


Found In


Bronze Age

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