A bronze arrowhead with short barbed head and a long tang of rectangular cross-section.

Luristan area of Ancient Persia: Iron age I: Circa 1000-800 B.C.


N.B. Not supplied with stand.


Complete and intact; extreme tip on one barb blunted; light accretions; green patina.

Length 14.8 cms (5.8 ins)


Compare Oscar White Muscarella, Bronze and Iron; Ancient Near Eastern Artefacts in The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, 1988), p.290, nos. 398 and 400

Luristan bronze arrowhead

SKU: H681
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