2 7/8” length with butted side seam conical socket and broad tapered point of flesh cutting form and section. A flesh-cutting arrow intended for use against unprotected victims as in the raids on Mediterranean coastal towns. Such surprise raids produced booty, food, and slaves which were either returned with the Vikings to serve them or sold in North Africa. This example, though excavated, preserves its fine detail including the delicate edges of the socket.
Stock Number: A9000

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