The contribution aims to present a remarkably homogeneous and well-preserved assemblage of metal axes found within the LCG-2 tomb at Daba al-Bayah. These weapons formed part of the grave goods of the deceased and were often found in association with the burial. They represent typical local production of metal axes and currently constitute the largest group of axes from a funerary context.
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