Bronze axe head with flat blade, Luristan (Iran), 1000 B.C.

They are called Luristan bronzes as it is there that large quantities have been found, made in the Iron Age, and assimilated safely with the Persian Empire. The typologies are very varied, from weapons, tools, accessories for horses, or as in this case, a standard, with cylindrical structure and its own support. This flat blade axe is loaded with the force of this armament.


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