Isle of Rhodes, Greece
6th - 3rd CENTURY B.C.
8.8" and 5.8" maximum width w/ handle, bowls are 6.5" and 4" in...
These Ancient Greek long-tanged cast bronze armor-piercing arrowheads would have been ideally suited to penetrate enemy armor. Their trilobate-shaped heads were ideal for penetration through bronze and leather armor. Their long tang would...
These socketed cast bronze Ancient Greek arrowheads are larger than typical and in the finest, complete state of preservation. They would have been employed by the ancient Greek Macedonian military on conquests by noted commanders such as Phillip...
HOLY LAND (MEDITERRANEAN REGION)
3rd CENTURY B.C. - 8th CENTURY A.D.
3.75" - 3" long
REPAIR ON ONE RARE GREEK EXAMPLE,...
This Ancient Greek long-tanged cast bronze arrowhead would have been ideally suited to penetrate enemy bronze or leather armor. Its long tang would have prevented the tip of the arrow from breaking upon impact. This arrowhead was employed by...