Stone disc shaped macehead
- Accession Number
- Current Location
- House of Life (first floor), Drawers beneath stelae, Drawer 4
- Object Type
- Implements and utensils, Warfare, hunting and fishing equipment, Mace
- Predynastic Period
- Naqada I
- Height: 22mm | Diameter: 62mm
- Number of Elements
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A disc shaped macehead of dark coloured stone with a flat top. The decoration consists of incised radiating lines. The type probably dates to the Naqada I Period (4000-3500 BCE).
Gilbert, G.P. 2004 'Weapons, warriors and warfare in Early Egypt'.
- Other Identity
- 347 (printed on a rectangular serrated label) | 324 (written on a circular white label)
- Last modified: 12 Jun 2022