Bronze Age Spear Head
Copy of a typical Bronze Age lance tip or spear head with a central rib. The original comes from Nidderau in Germany.
Copy of a typical Bronze Age lance tip or spear head with a central rib. The original comes from Nidderau in Germany. Length 12 cm.
"Stone box graves belong to the typical grave forms of the Late Bronze Age (1,200 - 750 BC) in the Lower Maing area. Such a grave with a rich inventory was cleared as early as 1873 in the Heldenberger Gewann Gänshohl, another in 1905 near today's retirement home. The latter can become a settlement that lay under the arcade courtyard and the new town hall. In addition to fragments of the finest vessels, there was a bronze needle, a bronze lance tip and tools made of stag horn and bone, as well as references to a pottery workshop. "
(Verein für Vor- und Frühgeschichte im unteren Niddatal e.V. http://www.vvfn.de/bronzezeit)
|Delivery time||4-5 weeks|
|Kind of replica||Militaria|
|scope of delivery||Delivery in a jewellery case with certificate|