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Middle Bronze Age reconstruction data
Topic Started: Oct 2 2011, 09:37 PM (562 Views)
Dan Howard
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Duncan Campbell pointed me to this paper. It is a metallurgical anaylsis of a pile of weapons found in Byblos (Lebanon) and dating to the Middle Bronze Age. It also has tables with complete measurements (weight and dimensions) and a few illustrations. Everything you need for an accurate replica.

Ziad EL Morr & Michel Pernot, "Middle Bronze Age metallurgy in the Levant: evidence from the weapons of Byblos", Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (2011) pp. 2613 - 2624
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Chris Huey
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Wow, that sounds nice. Do you have a link to the article? There is no link present here.
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