Measurements: 18 cm - height


Description: A cylindrical bronze cudgel decorated by ribbed bands and herringbone pattern. The cudgel has a hollow tubular interior. The piece also has a flared mouth, ribbed blub and plain grip. This item’s primary use would have been as a weapon in close combat.


Period: 1250 - 650 BC


Provenance: German private collection from Cologne.


References: Muscarella, O., Bronze and Iron: Ancient Near Eastern Artifacts in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1988, no. 516.


Condition: Fine condition with patina and encrustations on the surface, which has worn off in places on the handle.

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