Bronze hoe from Tel El Amarna

Made:
1500 BC in Ancient Egypt
maker:
Unknown

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Bronze hoe, from Tel El Amarna, Upper Egypt, c. 1500 BC

This implement was found near Tel-El-Amarna, Egypt. It is made of bronze, and with a wooden handle fitted into the socket, formed a primitive digging tool.

Details

Category:
Agricultural Engineering
Object Number:
1929-660
Measurements:
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overall (as displayed): 180 mm x 205 mm x 85 mm, 0.726 kg
type:
model - representation
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
Egypt Exploration Society

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