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Central Asian BMAC Bronze Spear Head

Central Asia, Bactria-Margiana, ca. 2nd millennium BCE. A long, thin bronze spearhead cast using the lost wax casting process. With a straight tang, pierced for attachment, a low, wide midrib, and gently sloping shoulders, this is a classic weapon form that would have ended its life in the grave of a nomadic horse lord, placed to honor them in death. Size: 1.45" W x 11.8" H (3.7 cm x 30 cm); height on stand: 13.5" (34.3 cm).

Condition: Nice form, with slight loss to one edge of blade and curve to tang.

Provenance: Ex-Kavet Collection, Massachusetts

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