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An iron weapon comprising a sharp blade with a single cutting edge and an angled back typical of the 7th through to the 10th centuries ad. Over time they become increasingly elaborate with fine inlays in a variety of metals and some very distinctive pommels.

Subjects: Archaeology.

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