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This type of axe has a massive square butt and an oval eye for the wooden handle. The blade has a rectangular cross-section and ends in a straight cutting edge. This type of axe was mainly used for splitting logs.
Findspot: Grădiştea de Munte – Sarmizegetusa Regia, commune of Orăştioara (Hunedoara County)
Dimensions: length – 18.5 cm; width – 6 cm
Technique: hot forging
Historical Date: 1st century AD - begining of the 2nd century AD
Time period: Late Iron Age (Dacian)
Digitization Method: 3D Laser scanning by a Team from Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
Data Provider: National Museum of Transylvanian History, Cluj-Napoca.