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#11157   Christian Pilgrim's Token of the True Cross
(Holy
Land, circa 630 A.D.)

Socrates Scholasticus (born c. 380 A.D.), in his Ecclesiastical History, gives a full description of the discovery of the True Cross of Christ. In it, he describes how Empress Helena (later Saint Helena), mother of Constantine the Great, the first Christian Emperor of Rome, travelled to the Holy Land, dated by modern historians in 326-28, on a quest to find the True Cross of Christ.  It is reported that she discovered the hiding place of three crosses, believed to be used at the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and the two thieves.  In Socrates's version of the story, the Romans had the three crosses placed in turn on a deathly ill woman. This woman recovered at the touch of the third cross, which was taken as a sign that this was the True Cross of Christ.

Saint Helena brought the cross to Jerusalem, where it stayed for three centuries.  However, during the war between the Byzantine and Sassanian Empires in the 7th century A.D., The Sassanian king, Khsru II, sacked Jerusalem and carried off the True Cross as spoils of war.  The Byzantine emperor Heraclius (610 - 641 A.D.) dedicated his life to the recovery of the cross. He amassed a large, powerful army with the primary goals of liberating Jerusalem and recovering the True Cross of Christ.

Heraclius succeeded and the cross was recovered and taken to Constantinople and then across Asia Minor, back to its final resting place at Jerusalem. As the cross was being taken back to Jerusalem, entire villages of people would line the streets as the cross continued it's journey back to Jerusalem. A piece of the cross, which had broken off during the journey, was burned to fine ash and mixed with clay and impressed into molds to create special sacred clay medallions for pilgrims commemorating the return of the True Cross to Jerusalem. The small, unfired, terracotta medallion here is one of the very tokens that legend states that contain a small portion of the True Cross of Christ.

Size:  19 mm diameter (about diameter of a US Penny)
Condition:  Very Fine, Intact

             SOLD  $699 plus shipping (add $80 for framing)

 

 

Special Holyland Purchase:

Most lamps on this page were recently acquired Holyland oil lamps.  These lamps were recently excavated in Bethlehem and Jerusalem.  These were legally acquired and exported from our resource in Israel.  The photo below is of the "Customs" bag these lamps came in

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about Oil Lamps
Oil lamps were filled with olive oil, wick inserted, and lit.  These lamps were used by persons of all socio-economic groups.  In addition, these lamps were also often buried with people as a ceremonial offering for the dead.  This lamps were excavated in Bethlehem and Jerusalem and represent a wide swath of time and cultures, before and after the time of Jesus Christ, and during the Greek and Roman occupation periods.

A Certificate of Authenticity will be provided for all antiquities, including a statement of providence noting the excavation areas.

 

 

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#6255: Holyland Oil Lamp - 100  BC to 200 AD, 
Lovely Color and Great Surfaces !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Roman-style
Size:  3 1/2-inches tip to tail
Condition:  Very Fine, Intact

             SOLD  $129 plus shipping

 

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#6807: Holyland Oil Lamp - 100 BC to 50 AD, 
Herodic Period,
Excellent Styling and Color !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Herodian period-style
Size:  about 82 mm (3 1/4 -inches) tip to tail
Condition:  Very Fine, Intact

             SOLD   $149 plus shipping

 



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#10226: Holyland Oil Lamp - 100 BC to 50 AD, 
Herodic Period,
Unusual Styling and Great Contrasting Colors !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Herodian period-style
Size:  3 7/8 -inches tip to tail
Condition:  Very Fine, Intact, Marking on bottom (See photo)

             SOLD   $219 plus shipping

 

 

 

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#10200: Holyland Oil Lamp - 100 BC to 50 AD, 
Herodic Period,
Excellent Styling and Color !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Herodian period-style
Size:  3 7/8 -inches tip to tail
Condition:  Very Fine, Intact, Marking on bottom (See photo)

             SOLD   $179 plus shipping


 

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#6260: Holyland Oil Lamp - 200  BC to 200 AD, 
Lovely Color and Great Surfaces !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Roman-style
Size:  3 3/4-inches tip to tail
Condition:  Very Fine, Intact

             SOLD  $129 plus shipping


 

 

ADDITIONAL PURCHASES

 

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#9546: Early BRONZE AGE Holyland Oil Lamp
1,500 to 1,000 BC, 
Excellent Piece !! 

LARGE for this type !!

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Open Cup style, Dark soiled coloring, Soot on tip
Size:  about 4.9 inches across widest point
Condition:  Very Fine, Some root marks, small chip and crack, but, intact

              SOLD  $169 plus shipping

 

 

9547.JPG (29172 bytes) #9547: Early BRONZE AGE Holyland Oil Lamp
1,500 to 1,000 BC, 
Excellent Piece !! 

LARGE for this type !!

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Open Cup style, Brown glazed Bottom, Soot on tip
Size:  about 5.2 inches across widest point
Condition:  Very Fine, small chip, but, intact

             SOLD  $159 plus shipping

 

 

9548.JPG (31094 bytes) #9548: Early BRONZE AGE Holyland Oil Lamp
1,500 to 1,000 BC, 
Excellent Piece !! 

LARGE for this type !!

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Open Cup style, Soot on tip
Size:  about 5.0 inches across widest point
Condition:  Very Fine, Some root marks, few chips, but, intact

              SOLD  $139 plus shipping

 

 

9549.JPG (31478 bytes) #9549: Early BRONZE AGE Holyland Oil Lamp
1,500 to 1,000 BC, 
Excellent Piece !! 

LARGE for this type !!

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Open Cup style, Darker soiled coloring, Soot on tip, Brown glaze on top and bottom, Rolled rim
Size:  about 5.5 inches across widest point
Condition:  Very Fine, Some root marks, small chip, but, intact

              SOLD  $199 plus shipping

 

 

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#9297: Early BRONZE AGE Holyland Oil Lamp
1,500 to 1,000 BC, 
Excellent Piece !! 

LARGE and DEEP for this type !!

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Open Cup style, Dark soiled coloring
Size:  about 5.1 inches across widest point
Condition:  Very Fine, Some root marks, small chip and crack, but, intact

             SOLD  $169 plus shipping

 

 

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#9826: Middle BRONZE AGE Cup
2,200 to 1,500 BC (Before Time of Moses), 
Simple Design with Usual Geometric Design
INTACT !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Middle Bronze Clay Cup
Size:  3-inches base to top
Condition:  Very Fine, Intact, Minor chipping, some staining

          SOLD  $159 plus shipping

 

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#9827: Middle BRONZE AGE Cup
2,200 to 1,500 BC (Before Time of Moses), 
Simple Design with Usual Geometric Design
INTACT !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Middle Bronze Clay Cup
Size:  1 7/8-inches base to top
Condition:  Very Fine, Intact, Minor chipping, some staining

          SOLD  $159 plus shipping

 

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#9828: Middle BRONZE AGE Cup
2,200 to 1,500 BC (Before Time of Moses), 
Simple Design with Usual Geometric Design
INTACT !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Middle Bronze Clay Cup
Size:  2 1/8-inches base to top
Condition:  Very Fine, Intact, some minor staining - No chipping

          SOLD  $159 plus shipping

 

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#9829: Middle BRONZE AGE Cup
2,200 to 1,500 BC (Before Time of Moses), 
Simple Design with Usual Geometric Design
INTACT !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Middle Bronze Clay Cup
Size:  3 1/8-inches base to top
Condition:  Fine, Intact, Some chipping, some staining, one notable crack (stable)

          SOLD  $159 plus shipping

 

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#9830: Middle BRONZE AGE Cup
2,200 to 1,500 BC (Before Time of Moses), 
Simple Design with Usual Geometric Design
INTACT !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Middle Bronze Clay Cup
Size:  3-inches base to top
Condition:  Fine, Intact, Some chipping, some staining

          SOLD  $159 plus shipping

 

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#6771: Early BRONZE AGE Cup
2900 to 2650 BC  
Usual Simple Design
INTACT !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Early Bronze Clay Cup
Size:  3-inches base to top
Condition:  Fine, Intact

            SOLD  $119 plus shipping

 

 

8817.JPG (50921 bytes) #8817: Ancient Judaea Juglet,
From Time of Idol Worship
Early Bronze Age
2900 to 2650 BC 

Size:  3 3/4 inch tall, 2 3/4 diameter
Condition:  Intact, but, significant chipping at opening

           SOLD  $199 plus shipping
             (Ref:  Malloy 591)

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Photo of Bottom

 

#9650: Holyland Oil Lamp - 100 BC to 50 AD, 
Herodic Period,
Excellent Styling and Color !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Herodian period-style
Size:  3 3/4 -inches tip to tail
Condition:  Very Fine, Intact

            SOLD  $179 plus shipping

 

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Photo of Bottom

 

#9652: Holyland Oil Lamp - 100 BC to 50 AD, 
Herodic Period,
Excellent Styling and Color !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Herodian period-style
Size:  3 3/4 -inches tip to tail
Condition:  Very Fine, Intact

             SOLD  $179 plus shipping

 

9685.JPG (140571 bytes) #9685: Holyland Oil Lamp - 50 to 100 AD, 
Post-Herodic Period, Daroma mold-made lamp
Triangle and Lines decoration

Historical Context:  Daroma lamps were manufactured in Judaea after the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE, when the urban population, including artists and craftsmen, fled Jerusalem. These are the first decorated lamps made by Jews and intended for Jewish use. (Ref: Ken Baumheckel, 2006)

Description:  Herodian period-style
Size:  3 1/2 -inches tip to tail
Condition:  Fine, Intact

             SOLD  $139 plus shipping

 

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#9356: Early Christian Roman Judaea Oil Lamp
4th Century AD, 
Bold Christian Cross !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context 
Size:  about 77 mm (3 1/8 inches) length, tip to base
Condition:  Very, IntactFine

         SOLD  $129 plus shipping

 

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#9154: Roman Judaea Oil Lamp
2nd to 4th Century AD, 
Nice Surfaces !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context (Ref Malloy Sale "L", Item 1503)

Description:  Mold made, Orange slip over terracotta
Size:  about 2 3/4 inches length, tip to base
Condition:  Fine

           SOLD  $79.95 plus shipping

 

9153.JPG (60922 bytes) #9153: Roman Judaea Oil Lamp
2nd to 4th Century AD, 
Nice Surfaces !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context (Ref Malloy Sale "L", Item 1503)

Description:  Mold made, Orange slip over terracotta
Size:  about 2 3/4 inches length, tip to base
Condition:  Fine

           SOLD  $69.95 plus shipping

 

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#8742: Roman Judaea Oil Lamp
4th Century AD, 
Nice Surfaces !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context (Ref Malloy Sale "L", Item 1503)

Description:  Mold made, Orange slip over terracotta
Size:  about 3 inches length, tip to base
Condition:  Fine

             SOLD  $59.95 plus shipping

 

 

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#8036: Early IRON AGE Juglet
9th to 6th Centuries BC, 
Usual Simple Design
INTACT !! 

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Early Iron Clay Juglet
Size:
  3.5-inches base to top
Condition:  Fine, Intact, Crack on handle, but, stable

            SOLD  $119 plus shipping

 

 

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#8608: Spear Point, Mesopotamia / Luristan
Circa 1,500 to 1,000 BC (Hittite Period)
VERY LARGE

Historical Context: Cultures of Mesopotamia were diverse and variegated. Even in the period of great empires, beginning with the Akkadians, Mesopotamia consisted of largely independent city-states with their own cults (often completely different religions), languages, kings, and administrations. The earliest culture is the Sumerians (circa 3000 to 1800 BC), but other cultures developed, including the Akkadians (2450 to 1800 BC), the Amorites (1800 to 1530 BC), the Hittites (1600 to 717 BC), and the Assyrians (1170 to 612 BC).

Description:  Bronze Spear Point, Socket Base 
Size:  21 1/4-inches tip to base
Condition:  Fine, Intact

           SOLD  $449 plus shipping

See additional photo below to better understand the size of this spear tip.

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#10796:  Ancient Luristan (Eastern Mesopotamia)
Short Sword, Circa 1,500 to 900 BC
(Hittite Period)

Special Features of this Short Sword

Duck-eyed on curves of hilt at attachment to blade (See close-up picture)

Molded grip with Four Men Arm-to-Arm (See close-up picture)

 

Historical Context:  Cultures of Mesopotamia were diverse and variegated. Even in the period of great empires, beginning with the Akkadians, Mesopotamia consisted of largely independent city-states with their own cults (often completely different religions), languages, kings, and administrations. The earliest culture is the Sumerians (circa 3000 to 1800 BC), but other cultures developed, including the Akkadians (2450 to 1800 BC), the Amorites (1800 to 1530 BC), the Hittites (1600 to 717 BC), and the Assyrians (1170 to 612 BC).

Size:              about 12 1/2 inches long
Condition:
     Overall excellent condition - Please see the pictures, Blade has number of minor bends, but, not bad and does not detract of excellent features and uniqueness of sword, Blade is somewhat loosely fit in handle.
                     
                      

SOLD  $1,195  plus shipping

 

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#10018:  Ancient Luristan (Eastern Mesopotamia)
Short Sword, Circa 1200 BC
( Hittite Period)

Historical Context: 
Cultures of Mesopotamia were diverse and variegated. Even in the period of great empires, beginning with the Akkadians, Mesopotamia consisted of largely independent city-states with their own cults (often completely different religions), languages, kings, and administrations. The earliest culture is the Sumerians (circa 3000 to 1800 BC), but other cultures developed, including the Akkadians (2450 to 1800 BC), the Amorites (1800 to 1530 BC), the Hittites (1600 to 717 BC), and the Assyrians (1170 to 612 BC).

Size:              about 16 inches long
Condition:
     Excellent - Please see the picture. 
                      Handle cap appears to be added later. Sold as a pastiche (combination of two objects).
                      

SOLD  $799  plus shipping

 

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#9218: Spear Point,
Kassite, 1,600 to 1,150 BC

Historical Context:  The Kassites conquered Elam and Babylonia with this type of weapon and is considered one of the more attractive spear tips made in antiquitiy.

The Kassites were a Near-Eastern mountain tribe which migrated to the Zagros Mountains and Mesopotamia (present Doroud) in 3000 and 4000 BC. They spoke a non-Indo-European, non-Semitic language. They conquered Mesopotamia, bringing the Old Babylonian era to an end and for the first time welding together the network of independent, feuding city-states into a territory that can be called "Babylonia." According to the conventionally used Middle Chronology, Kassite hegemony in Babylon, Nippur and other centers lasted from about 1595 to 1155 BC.

Description:  Bronze Spear Point, Kassite region 
Size:  87mm (4 1/2-inches) tip to end of tang
Condition:  Fine plus, Intact

           SOLD  $109 plus shipping

 

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#8614: Spear Point,
Time of Abraham, 2,100 to 1,900 BC

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Description:  Bronze Spear Point, Syria - Israel region 
Size:  7-inches tip to end of tang
Condition:  Fine, Intact, bent Tang

           SOLD  $109 plus shipping

 

 

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#9573: Spear Point,
Ur III, 2,150 to 1900 BC

Historical Context:  Ur was an ancient city in southern Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq), located near the mouth (at the time) of the Euphrates and Tigris rivers on the Persian Gulf and close to Eridu. It is considered to be one of the earliest known civilizations in world history.

The third dynasty was established when the king Ur-Nammu (or Urnammu) came to power, ruling between ca. 2112 BC and 2094 BC. During his rule, temples, including the ziggurat, were built, and agriculture was improved through irrigation. His code of laws, the Code of Ur-Nammu (a fragment was identified in Istanbul in 1952) is one of the oldest such documents known, preceding the code of Hammurabi by 300 years.

Description:  Bronze Spear Point, Mesopotamia 
Size:  4.5-inches tip to end of tang
Condition:  Fine, Intact

         SOLD $159 plus shipping

 

 

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Ur III, 2,150 to 1900 BC

Historical Context:  Ur was an ancient city in southern Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq), located near the mouth (at the time) of the Euphrates and Tigris rivers on the Persian Gulf and close to Eridu. It is considered to be one of the earliest known civilizations in world history.

The third dynasty was established when the king Ur-Nammu (or Urnammu) came to power, ruling between ca. 2112 BC and 2094 BC. During his rule, temples, including the ziggurat, were built, and agriculture was improved through irrigation. His code of laws, the Code of Ur-Nammu (a fragment was identified in Istanbul in 1952) is one of the oldest such documents known, preceding the code of Hammurabi by 300 years.

Description:  Bronze Spear Point, Mesopotamia 
Size:  4.5-inches tip to end of tang
Condition:  Fine, Intact

          SOLD  $159 plus shipping

 

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Middle Elamite period, 1,200 to 800 BC

Historical Context:  The Elamite Civilization started in the lowland Khuzestan about the late 4th and early 3rd millennia.  Known as Elam, geographically, Elam included more than Khuzestan; it was a combination of the lowlands and the immediate highland areas to the north and east.  Traditionally it was a federated governmental structure based an overlord ruling over vassal princes. In earliest times the overlord lived in Susa, which functioned as a federal capital.

Elam appears in the Old Testament Table of Nations (Gen. 10.22), and an Elamite king whose name has comedown to us as Kedor-Laomer is mentioned in a later chapter of Genesis (14.1), as well.

Description:  Bronze Spear Point, Amlash, Iran region 
Size:  110 mm (almost 4 3/8-inches) tip to end of tang
Condition:  Fine, Intact

          SOLD $229 plus shipping

 

 

 

 

 

#10227: Spear Point,
Middle Elamite period, 1,200 to 800 BC

Historical Context:  The Elamite Civilization started in the lowland Khuzestan about the late 4th and early 3rd millennia.  Known as Elam, geographically, Elam included more than Khuzestan; it was a combination of the lowlands and the immediate highland areas to the north and east.  Traditionally it was a federated governmental structure based an overlord ruling over vassal princes. In earliest times the overlord lived in Susa, which functioned as a federal capital.

Elam appears in the Old Testament Table of Nations (Gen. 10.22), and an Elamite king whose name has comedown to us as Kedor-Laomer is mentioned in a later chapter of Genesis (14.1), as well.

Description:  Bronze Spear Point, Amlash, Iran region 
Size:  236 mm (almost 9 3/8-inches) tip to end of tang
Condition:  Fine, Intact, broken off tang

          SOLD  $229 plus shipping

 

 

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Middle Elamite period, 1,200 to 800 BC

Historical Context:  The Elamite Civilization started in the lowland Khuzestan about the late 4th and early 3rd millennia.  Known as Elam, geographically, Elam included more than Khuzestan; it was a combination of the lowlands and the immediate highland areas to the north and east.  Traditionally it was a federated governmental structure based an overlord ruling over vassal princes. In earliest times the overlord lived in Susa, which functioned as a federal capital.

Elam appears in the Old Testament Table of Nations (Gen. 10.22), and an Elamite king whose name has comedown to us as Kedor-Laomer is mentioned in a later chapter of Genesis (14.1), as well.

Description:  Bronze Spear Point, Amlash, Iran region 
Size:  85 mm (almost 3.5-inches) tip to end of tang
Condition:  Fine, Intact

          SOLD  $169 plus shipping

 

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HOLYLAND - Bronze Age, 1,200 to 800 BC

Historical Context:  Similar to spear points fund in Israel dated to late Bronze Age (1,200 to 800 BC)

Description:  Bronze Spear Point, Israel 
Size:  180 mm (almost 7-inches) tip to end of tang
Condition:  Fine, Intact

          SOLD  $189 plus shipping

 

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1,000 BC

Historical Context:  The region of Iran known as Luristan, consists of the upper valleys of the Zagros Mountain chain, bordered by Iraq to the west, by Burudjerd and Nahavand to the east, by Khuzestan (ancient Elam) to the south, and Kermanshah to the north.  Luristan was more extensively settled in ancient times than it is today and used to be home to farming lands, which presently are no longer cultivated.  Akkadian texts also mention the presence of Kassites, who were of Asiatic origin, in Luristan from the beginning of the second millennium B.C..  Various other tribes settled there at the end of the second millennium, and at the beginning of the first millennium B.C., these were followed by other tribes.  The Assyrians commenced their military campaigns into the Zagros region beginning in the 9th century B.C.   The Cimmerians and Scythians invaded the region in the 8th and 7th centuries B.C., following a route running south of Lake Urumieh.  Another wave of Iranian tribes occupied the area later. 

Description:  Bronze Spear Point, Eastern Mesopotamia / Western Iranregion 
Size:  96mm (almost 4-inches) tip to end of tang
Condition:  Fine, Intact

           SOLD  $109 plus shipping

 

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ANCIENT HITTITES

#7764:  Hittite Spear Point, 1400 - 1200 BC

Deuteronomy 7:1 "When the Lord, your God, brings you into the land which you are entering to take possession of it, and clears away many nations before you, the Hittites......seven nations greater and mightier than yourselves."

Historical Context: 
The Hittites (15th-12th. BC.): The Hittites, throughout the Old Kingdom, had a weak and decentralized administration.: Based on the earlier efforts, they reunited and established the Hittite Empire that shows an excellent central organization and made Hattusa (Bogazkoy) their capital city. In the 15th and 14thcen. BC., the Hittites enlarged their territories, to the Sea of Marmara in the west and towards the states along the Euphrates in the east, fighting against the Hurrians, Mitanni Empire and the barbarian Keskas of the Pontic region. They signed the first peace treaty CKadesh, 1,285 BC.) of the world history at the end of the war against the Egyptians, under the reign of Ramses II, for the control of Syria.

Attribution:  Hittite, 1400 to 1200 BC
Size:              about 105 mm (about 4 1/4 inches) tip to tail
Condition:
     Generally nice - Please see the picture. 
                      

SOLD   $99.95  plus shipping

 

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