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Item:254070099861Bronze arrowhead. Graeco-Scythian, 550 - 250 B.C., lanceolate bilobate head, angled blades, medial flange, medium length socket with long spur, length 4.4 cm/ 1.73 inches cf. Petrie Tools pl. XLI 135. Graeco-Scythian Bilobate Arrowheads Bilobate heads appear to have been developed in the Pontic Steppe area in the 8th century. They preceded the trilobate types (which are rare north of the Caucasus). By the 7th century they had a large distribution in Anatolia and the Caucasus, and later they appear all over the Near East and in Europe. Bilobate types continued to occur alongside the later and then more common trilobate types. The spur was popular in the Graeco-Scythian types but non-spur types were also used. The Scythian bowman's rig: the pointed cap, bow-case, patterned track-suit, and the trilobate arrows were introduced to Athens in the second half of the 6th century B.C. Can be used also ad amulet pendant. Excellent artifact for your collection. Material: Bronze/patina In excellent condition for his age! Date: 550-250 BC Size: 1.73 inches / 44mm ----------------- I sell are completely guaranteed to be AUTHENTIC. In my store, you can be sure to find just original items. ´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´´ SHIPPING We ship worldwide. Delivery time is: 15-30 days Tracking number will be provided. Parcels will be packed in high quality. If you have any questions please contact me. Thanks for visiting my store.Material:Bronze
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Ancient Rare Bronze Arrowhead with Spur Graeco-Scythian 550-250 BC, Rare Amulet