First half of the 13th century (Sixth or Seventh Crusade). Type discussed by Nicole, p.58 in Arms and Armour of the Crusading Era. Just over 3" length with spiral twist bolster and lapped seam conical socket retaining remnants of the wood shaft. Sharply barbed broadhead point. In exceptional preservation and professionally conserved. Exceptional example from a collection of javelins of the medieval period.

Item ID: A9179

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