Copper alloy socketed axe with separated blade and socket square in section. Mouth with raised double collar, sloping protruding shoulders, trapezoidal blade, separated from the socket by a straight step, and with almost straight cutting edge. Decorated on both faces of the socket with two circles below the collar and opposed triangular nervatures below. Irregular, blackish patina. Small part of the blade missing.

An00549131 001 l


Made Of
copper alloy
Type of Thing
socketed axe



Found In


Bronze Age

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