Luristan Bronze Axe

 

Luristan Bronze Axe

An ancient Luristan bronze axe head with an integral socketed cylindrical shaft and perpendicular blade, with incised bands and a large knob on the back.

Ca. 1500 - 800 BC.
Length: 4 3/8 in. (11.5 cm)
Intact.

Luristan objects, including impressive and numerous decorative bronze horse trappings and weapons, are found mainly in western Persia. Luristan artifacts are most likely the work of the ancient Medes, an Indo-European group that eventually dominated Persia.

Formerly in an English private collection; Sotheby's, London, December 10 -11, 1984, lot 139.;subsequently, M. D. collection, Ohio.

Inv#: 7631

$2,500

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