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)
11976 30-12-281 (none) (none) Copper Dagger. Type II F.
11988.1 30-12-297 (none) (none) [.1-.2]Copper Axe (broken but complete) Type XVII but unusually long & narrow.
12013 (none) (none) (none) Copper Dagger. type II, E.
12096 30-12-294 (none) (none) Copper Dagger. Originally had wooden pommel decorated with copper studs; the wood had entirely perished. Type II.
12122 31-17-210 (none) (none) Copper Dagger. Broken. Type II. C.
12143 30-12-319 (none) (none) Copper Knife. Tip missing. Type II, F.
12149 (none) (none) (none) Copper Knife. Type II. C.
12151 (none) (none) (none) Copper Dagger. Originally had wooden handle decorated with copper studs. Type II, B.
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.
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.
12462B (none) (none) (none) [A-B] Copper daggers. 2, found in the doorway leading to chamber B. Both of [same] type.
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.

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