Ancient Parthian (Persian) bronze arrowhead, trilobate non-barbed form, 2nd century BC – 2nd century AD
Ancient Parthian (Persian) bronze arrowhead, of trilobate non-barbed form.
2nd century BC – 2nd century AD
3cm w/stand 9cm
Condition: bronze is good, seriously deformed from a collision.
These triangular arrowheads with long socket are particular to the Parthian Empire – the ancient ‘Persians’. Starting in the mid-1st century BC, the Roman and Persian worlds collided – resulting in conflict between the cultures for 800 years, the Roman-Persian Wars.