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Axehead Axehead

Iron axehead

Axehead Axehead

Iron axehead with a circular haft-hole, from Burghead, Elginshire

Axehead Axehead

Iron axehead from Orkney

Axehead Axehead

Early Bronze Age axehead, type Migdale, from Ravelston, Edinburgh, Midlothian, 2150 - 1950 BC

Axehead Axehead

Bronze Age developed flat axe head, from Ladyland, Ayrshire

Axehead Axehead

Axe head of stone with polish all over, some of the shaping flake scars still visible, from Limekiln chambered cairn, Clachaig, Arran, North Ayrshire, Neolithic

Axehead Axehead

Very small axe head of polished brown chert, from Skara Brae, 3100 - 2400 BC

Axehead Axehead

Axehead, stone, from Carn Baan, Ross and Cromarty

Axehead Axehead

Flat srounded copper alloy axehead pierced with three rivet holes near the edge of the back: Ancient Egyptian, Middle Kingdom, c.2181-1855 BC

Axehead Axehead

Flat copper alloy axehead with straight back formed with lugs and a splayed, curved cutting edge: Ancient Egyptian, probably Early 18th Dynasty, c.1795 -1550 BC

Axehead Axehead

Flat axehead in bronze with a straight back, narrow waisted centre and a curved cutting edge: Ancient Egyptian, New Kingdom

Axehead, parade / reproduction Axehead, parade / reproduction

Reproduction of a parade axehead in bronze worked a jour with representation of a dog attacking a gazelle: Ancient Egyptian, 18th Dynasty

Axehead Axehead

Flat axehead of bronze with straight back formed with lugs and a curved cutting edge, one side incised with a scarab design: Ancient Egyptian, 18th Dynasty

Axehead Axehead

Axehead in bronze with the butt formed with massive lugs and the blade expanded to a curved cutting edge: Ancient Egyptian, New Kingdom or later

Axehead Axehead

Flat massive axehead of bronze tapering from the rounded cutting edge to the rounded butt: Ancient Egyptian, Upper Egypt, Abydos, probably New Kingdom

Axehead Axehead

Flat axehead of bronze formed with a notched butt for fitting and binding into a slot cut in the wooden haft: Ancient Egyptian, probably New Kingdom

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