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  • Replica of a Minoan double sided awl weapon referred to as Labrys. A precise stable bronze weapon with a handle, masterfully home made with the conventional technique of casting bronze, museum-kind oxidization and verdigris finish.


    The awl is hooked up on a black Greek marble base. Double awl additionally referred to as Labrys became a weapon mainly recognized in historic Crete, Near East and in historic Grece. It had a excessive fee in ceremonial makes use of and became regularly wielded via way of means of Goddesses in Greek mythology. An exciting reality is likewise that many historians consider that the phrase labyrinth may be additionally interpreted as region of double axes.


    Minoan snake goddess (known also as the small faience Snake Goddess) is a type of figurine representing a woman holding a snake in each hand. The first two of such figurines (both incomplete) were found by the British archaeologist A. Evans and date to the Neo-palatial period of Minoan civilization, c. 1700–1450 BCE.

    Greek Labyrs weapon solid bronze casting Bronze axe double-sided weapon ancient

    SKU: S952
    250,00 €Price
    • 📜 Condition: New, made in Greece
      📜 Materials: Solid Bronze
      📜 Dimensions: Width 22 cm (8.66 inches) – Height 39 cm (15.35 inches) including the marble base
      📜Weight: : 2.50 kilos
      📜 Technique: Bronze casting
      📜 Product code number: S952

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