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The First 4000 Years - The Ratner Collection of Judaean Antiquities

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An exhibition held at The Park Synagogue, Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Laid out in chronological order.
BK16091. The First 4000 Years - The Ratner Collection of Judaean Antiquities by Arielle P Kozloff, 1978, 114 pages, 77 photos/illustrations, used very good condition; $9.00 (Ä7.65)


Canaanite Bronze Dagger, c. 2200 - 1570 B.C.

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In Canaan, in the Intermediate and Early and Middle Bronze Age, c. 2200 - 1570 B.C., most people lived in meager settlements of sheds and round huts. Cemeteries and funerary offerings are the principle remnants of the culture. The tombs and mortuary methods reveals that those interred with copper daggers, the warrior's weapon of the period, were awarded preferential treatment in death.
AA30975. 17.8 cm (7") long, some corrosion, four rivet holes; SOLD


Canaanite Bronze Dagger, c. 2200 - 1570 B.C.

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In Canaan, in the Intermediate and Early and Middle Bronze Age, c. 2200 - 1570 B.C., most people lived in meager settlements of sheds and round huts. Cemeteries and funerary offerings are the principle remnants of the culture. The tombs and mortuary methods reveals that those interred with copper daggers, the warrior's weapon of the period, were awarded preferential treatment in death.
AA30976. 16.0 cm (6") long, some corrosion, tangless, five rivet holes; SOLD







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