Selection of Bronze Anatolian Arrowheads

A selection of eight Anatolian cast bronze trilobate and bilobate arrowheads. Mostly all of the arrowheads features a rounded socket with two to three protruding blades, joining to form a sharp point. D is the exception, as it features a narrowing shaft instead. Trilobate arrowheads are typical of the Anatolian and Turkish region, and can date back to about mid 6th century BC. Their rounded triangular shape with sharp point was a widely used technique due to its armour-piercing qualities and light weight, and are commonly found alongside bilobate arrowheads. The ends would have been attached to a wooden shaft. INDIVIDUALLY PRICED.

Date: Circa 10th-6th Century BC
Condition: Fine Condition. Some encrustation and patination.
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Anatolia, also known in antiquity 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 the Luristan culture. Arrowheads of similar style were popular across Transcaucasian civilisations, dating from the 1st millennium onwards, and have been recovered in burial excavations.

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