Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC

Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC
Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC
Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC
Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC
Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC
Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC
Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC
Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC
Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC
Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC
Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC
Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC

Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC

Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 - 12 centuries BC. Weight - 70,0 grams.

Length - 16,0 cm. The actual element is depicted.. The Srubnaya cultural and historical community is an ethnocultural association of the Late Bronze Age XVIII-XII centuries BC, according to other estimates - XVI-XII centuries BC. Gorodtsov, but in the 1970s N. Chernykh drew attention to local differences within the culture and introduced into scientific circulation the concept of log cabin cultural and historical community. It is represented by the monuments of the Pokrovskaya (XVIII XV century BC) and Berezhnov-Mayev (XVII XII centuries BC) log-house cultures, which are settlements, necropolises, workshops, mines, treasures and isolated finds. Dwellings - dugouts, half dugouts and land. Necropolises are represented by barrows and soil burial grounds.

In the kurgan stratigraphy, the carcass burial sites occupy an upper position in relation to the graves of the pit and catacomb communities. The ritual provided for the burial of the deceased in pits or wooden log cabins in a bent position, on the left side, of the hands in front of the face.

Cases of cremation are also known. Funeral equipment is represented by sharp-edged and canned vessels, less commonly metal products. Changes in climatic conditions, depletion of natural resources and overpopulation led to a sharp reduction in the population and cultural transformation of the tribes of the Srubnaya community. Carriers of the carcass culture chronologically preceded the Scythians and Cimmerians.

For this reason, the carcass culture is often regarded as an archaeological analogue of the first Iranian dialects of the Northern Black Sea region. In other words, the bearers of culture are the forerunners of the Scythians and their kindred peoples. You may return the items within 30 days if you are not satisfied. Contact me through E-bay for return instructions. THANK YOU FOR VISIT TO MY STORE!

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Late Bronze Age Copper War Dagger 17 12 centuries BC


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