Tanged copper dagger with replica handle: early bronze age
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Tanged copper dagger with trapezoidal outline. This dagger has a small triangular blade with bevelled cutting edges. Its tang is wide and triangular shaped with one rivet-hole which continues as part of the blade. The tip is damaged and the blade is attached to a replica of a handle. This dagger was found in the Thames at Mortlake.
2300 BC - 2000 BC