This category includes double edged tools with a handle. Other names for this category are daggers, and scimitars.  

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Object U Number Museum Number (UPM Date Reg Number) Museum Number (BM Registration Number) Museum Number (UPM B-number) Description (Catalog Card)
12164 (none) 1929,1017.515 (none) Copper Knife. Top of haft broken. Type II. E.
12170 30-12-289 (none) (none) Copper Knife. Haft broken. Type II. E.
12178 (none) (none) (none) Copper Knife. Originally had wooden handle decorated with copper studs.
12191 30-12-283 (none) (none) Copper Knife. Type III.
12197 (none) (none) (none) Copper Knife. Type II. E.
12253 30-12-317 (none) (none) Copper Dagger. With studs on haft.
12271 (none) 1929,1017.512 (none) Copper Dagger. Broken.Type IV.
12280 (none) (none) (none) Copper dagger. On the blade traces of a sheath woven from a stiff fibrous material. Open work pattern exactly similar to that on the sheath of Mes-kalam-dugs gold dagger. Type II F. [drawing]
12284 (none) (none) (none) Copper Dagger. Type II F.
12300 30-12-288 (none) (none) Copper Dagger. Type II E.
12302 (none) (none) (none) Copper Dagger. Originally had wooden handle with silver studs. See Field note. Type IV.
12462A (none) 1929,1017.508 (none) [A-B] Copper daggers. 2, found in the doorway leading to chamber B. Both of [same] type.
12462B (none) (none) (none) [A-B] Copper daggers. 2, found in the doorway leading to chamber B. Both of [same] type.
12479 (none) 1929,1017.55 (none) Copper dagger. With gold guard to handle and 5 gold studs to pommel. Narrow ribbing down the blade (bad condition). Type V (New 2). Cf PG1054 [Type or find location?].
12481 (none) (none) (none) Copper knife. Type IIA (new 7)
12489A (none) (none) (none) [A] Copper dagger Type II D, and [B] whetstone. Whetstone of Greenish stone. [Text reordered for clarity].
12637C (none) (none) (none) Group: [A-B] 1) Two copper reticules containing manicure implements attached to a ring. Both broken. [C] 2) Copper dagger Type I A. [D] Cylinder seal. Shell with copper caps. Presentation scene before enthroned god. Poor condition.
12679G (none) (none) (none) Group: [A-B] (1) Copper arrowheads. A pair. Tangs bound together by fibrous material. [C] (2) Cylinder seal. Shell. Decayed. Man grasping lion by the tail, a second man has overthrown ram and grasps it by the tail. Between the two men a palm. [D] Silver earring 1 1/2 spiral coils: thickened lunate ends. [E-F] Copper arrowheads. A second pair. Barbed and bound with string at tang end. Type VII B, but with flat instead of with round tangs. [G] Copper dagger. Type III but with elongated thinner tang.
12705C 30-12-347 (none) (none) Group: [A] (1) Beads. Small lapis tubes carnelian rings and bugles. [B] (2) Copper reticule containing manicure tools. [C] (3) Copper dagger with ivory and silver handle. Type II B. Tip missing. [D] (4) Cylinder seal. Lapis lazuli adhering to blade of 3, not photographed. Men and animals poor cutting. [E] (5) Spindles copper with lapis whorl.
12707N (none) (none) (none) Group: [A] (1) Stone vase, white calcite. For type see field ntoes. [Type] LXXVI. [B] (2) Stone bowl, white calcite. Broken badly. Type XIX. [C] (3) Copper lamp normal type cut as a shell. L. 140mm. L. of spout 100mm with ring at end for suspension. [D] (4) Beads. Carnelian rings probably a bracelet with thin silver wire bracelets elliptical, broken and decayed. [E] (5) Silver wire finger ring. [F] (6) Frontlet of beads. 1 lapis bugle and 2 carnelian bugles [G] (7) Cylinder seal. Shell. Much decayed. [H] (8) Cylinder seal. Lapis lazuli originally suspended on a silver wire. Subject. [I] (9) Copper strainer. Corroded with it. Normal type. [J] (10) A copper tumbler. Straight sided [Type] LVII. [K] (11) Copper axe type XXI. [L] (12) Copper holdfasts. Croquet hook type. [drawing] [M] (13) Copper pin. Type V B. Lapis ball head corroded with: [N] 14) Copper dagger type II B.
12709B 30-12-273 (none) (none) Group: [A] 1) Copper axe. Poor condition. Type XXI. [B] 2) Copper dagger. Type II F. [C] 3) Copper pin. Lapis ball head. [D-G] 4) Four models of boats - baked clay bellums with curved prows and sterns. [H] 5) Baked clay goblet with broad stand. Broken. Type.
12711A (none) (none) (none) Group: [A] (1) Copper dagger. Type II E. [B] (2) Copper reticule. [C] (3) Stone bowl. Calcite. Type LI. [drawing 2:5] [D] (4) Carnelian bugle beads - three probably worn round forehead. [E] (5) Stone vase. White calcite. Type LXXXIV. [drawing 3:5] [F] (6) Silver earring. 1 1/2 spiral coils lunate ended. [G] (7) Copper vase. Cylindrical. Type LVII. [drawing 2:5] [H] (8)Copper pin. Type V B with lapis ball head. [I] (9) Copper axe. Type XX. [J] (10) Bowl greyish stone. Broken and rivetted in antiquity. Type XVIII. [K] (11) Beads small lapis and silver double conoids. Carnelian lentoids. [drawing 1:5] [L] (12) Cylinder seal. Lentoid shaped. 2 registers. Gazelles (?). Lapis lazuli.
13586 31-17-223 (none) (none) Copper Dagger. Portion of tang missing. Type I.
13596 31-17-209 (none) (none) Copper dagger. Type V. [drawing]
13788 (none) 1930,1213.1 (none) Dagger. With electrum blade and gold guard, the wooden handle (disappeared) and the guard set with gold studs: a poor and rough piece: the blade, Type II F has no central rib.

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