Anatolian Bronze Barbed Arrowhead Points


A group of bronze arrowhead points. Each one is barbed, with a central thickening and relatively long tang for fitting onto the wooden shaft. Length circa 2.9 to 4.2 cm.

NB. Price is for each one.

Date: Circa 900 - 700 BC
Condition: Generally very fine condition; many with some minor damage; all with accretions and patination.


SKU: AS-3622 Category: Tag:

Anatolia (also known as Asia Minor) was located in the Anatolian Peninsula –  part of modern Turkey today. It is one of the first regions to have boasted bronze production, much like Luristan. The Iron Age of Anatolia marked the rise of classical civilisation, when Syro-Hittite culture rose and took over the former Hittite Empire.

Weight 5 g