Camerton–Snowshill dagger

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A type of early Bronze Age dagger, named after finds from two later Wessex Culture burials: Camerton in Somerset and Snowshill in Gloucestershire. Typically, Camerton–Snowshill daggers have an ogival shaped blade, midrib, and two or three large rivet holes for the attachment of the hilt.

Subjects: Archaeology.

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