Type discussed by Nicole, p.58. His example dated 1230-40 based on the find site. While this example accords with his, dating to first half of the 13th century (Sixth or Seventh Crusade) is more general and prudent. 4 1/8” length with butted seam conical socket (exceptionally well preserved) and broad thin barbs. Professionally conserved.

Item ID: FNS629A

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