Greek Bronze Tri-lobed Arrowhead

We have acquired some small, but deadly, Greek bronze arrowheads from a large collection. They measure 20-25 mm and no two are exactly the same. This is because the Greek archers in the 4th Century B.C. would create and carry a portable mould, making the arrows as they required them. These are ‘tri-lobed', which means they are 3 sided with a socket for the wooden shaft and come from ancient Thrace and Macedonia in Northern Greece. These interesting arrowheads will have certificate of authenticity and are yours for only £35.
Availability: In stock
SKU: AGA0005
£35.00
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