Daggers, knives, swords (All) – findings


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A typical dagger of the Bronze Age is a weapon with a triangular blade, an arcuate shield, which is riveted to the handle. Thanks to Eduard Štorch's books, probably everyone will immediately remember such a weapon. These daggers overlap in time with the onset of the use of knives, which is a younger weapon.

Daggers differ from each other in the number of rivets, decoration, blade length, etc. The most beautiful daggers have a cast handle and are richly decorated, bronze sheaths are also known. Such weapons certainly had their prestigious significance. Thanks to the complexity of production technology, swords form the pinnacle of the work of period craftsmen. We differentiate swords according to the shape of the blade


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