Bronze harpoon head, Egyptian, Late period , 8th-5th Century BC
Rare Egyptian bronze harpoon head, the long shaft with small single barb to point .
Late period , 8th-5th Century BC
some corrosion, stable
Mounted on a metal pin and turned wood base.
10cm, on stand 14cm
Provenance: from a collection formed in Alexandria, Egypt, early 20th century, sold at auction in London (Bonhams) 1990’s.
This is probably from a fishing spear or small harpoon, the form still used today by fisherman
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