Anstriche und Tarnanstriche der deutschen Kriegsmarine by Abendroth & Kelling Jung

By Abendroth & Kelling Jung

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The shape of the base is reminiscent of blades from a Late Bronze Age hoard from Lipari and two swords from Valledolmo, not far from Colle Madore,22 17 Carancini 1984, 200–202. Albanese Procelli 1993, 81–86. 19 Albanese Procelli 1993, 84. Besides the parallels proposed by Albanese Procelli, we can point out similarities with an axe from the hoard at Lipari (Bernabò Brea and Cavalier 1980, 739, n. 1, pl. CCLXXVIII) and Polizzello (Giardino 1987, 53, pl. 9,4). 20 Albanese Procelli 1993, 84, 216 f.

64 A significant point that needs to be made is that in some of these places more than one example has been found (Sabucina: 37; Colle Madore: 13, Ustica: 5; Pantalica: 5, Morgantina: 7), something which seems to confirm the existence and adoption of producing systems that strengthened in time. This is perhaps to be brought into connection with the use of bronze as a precious metal for exchange, and thus somehow linked, in the centuries before the advent of coinage in Sicily, with the question of the pre-monetary function of bronze.

Side A: Matrix of sword or dagger blade. Side B: Matrix probably of sword or dagger blade. 12–13. Fragments of casting moulds for unknown objects. W. 5 cm. 9 The moulds are bivalve, with single (nos. 1, 3, 7, and 9) or double (nos. 2, 8, 10, and 11) matrices. In the case of the latter, they were cut on the opposite sides of the mould (symmetric: nos. 2, 8, and 10) or on the contiguous sides (asymmetric: no. 1). 10 Therefore, we have a total of 15 matrices obtained from 11 moulds. On the whole, the moulds are well preserved: one matrix (no.

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