The Bronze Age Axe Collection

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Varna "Old Europe" copper axe of the KGK VI complex.  
Maikop Shaft-hole axe, Maikop culture, Maikop Type I
Bányabükk Shaft-hole axe, type Bányabükk (Carpathian)/Maikop Type II


Steppe (Yamna/Catacomb) Shaft-hole axe  
Ur Shaft-hole axe, Mesopotamia.


Thebes (2055-1650 BC.)
Middle Kingdom crescentic axe, Thebes, Egypt. Low alloy (5% tin). Total width: 21,7 cm. 170 grams. Replica of original (British Museum EA67481).
Price: 140,- EUR; hafted (elm with linen bindings: 200,- EUR.
Flat lugged battle-axe Egypt Middle/New Kingdom  
Anchor axe    
Fenestrated axe, type "D-shape", Sichem. 2000 - 1900 BC. 12,6 cm x 7,7 cm. Weight: 240 grams. Alloy:13 % tin. Replica of original (München AS2913; H. W. Müller 1987: Die Waffenfund von Balata-Sichem).
Price: 150,- EUR; hafted (elm, curved): 220,- EUR
Fenestrated axe, type "Duck-bill", Byblos. 1900-1750 BC. Length: 11,6 cm. Weight: 260 grams. Alloy: copper with 8% tin, 7% lead. Replica of original ("Field of offerings/Champ aux offrandes", Byblos; National Museum of Beirut no. 6270).
Price: 150,- EUR; hafted (elm, curved): 220,- EUR

Kafer Mallik Narrow bladed shaft-hole axe (Miron type I), 1770 - BC. Length: 13,6 cm. (model image)
Jericho Narrow bladed shaft-hole axe (Miron type II), MB IIA-IIB. Length: 15,6cm. (model image)

Beth-Shan Late Bronze Age shaft-hole axe Levant/North Syria/Mesopotamia (Type Chagar Bazar/Beth Shan/Acemhöyük).
Hittite Shaft-hole axe type Firaktin.  
Apa Disc-butted axe type A2. C. 1600 B.C. (model image)


Apa Shaft-tube axe. C. 1600 B.C. (model image).

Apa Crest-butted axe. C. 1600 B.C. (model image).

Denmark Nordic paalstave, weapon-type.