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Palstave
Palstave Pal"stave`, n. [Dan. paalstav.] A peculiar bronze adz, used in prehistoric Europe about the middle of the bronze age. --Dawkins.

Meaning of Palstave from wikipedia

- A palstave is a type of early bronze axe. It was common in the middle Bronze Age in northern, western and south-western Europe. In the technical sense...
- early European Neolithic for felling trees and woodworking. Celt (toy) Palstave Laistner, M. L. W. (1 January 1925). "Floscvli Philoxenei [Flosculi Philoxenei]"...
- (European) Masakari (****anese) Nzappa zap also thrown (African) Ono (****anese) Palstave (Bronze age, improvised, European) Sagaris (Middle Eastern) Shepherd's...
- method changed and the flat axe developed into the "flanged axe", then palstaves, and later winged and socketed axes. The Proto-Indo-European word for...
- Bronze Age (2000–1200 BC) remains include stone hammers, flint knives, palstaves (bronze axe heads), and funerary urns; all finds were chance discoveries...
- Lakenheath. Many bronze objects, such as swords, spearheads, arrows, axes, palstaves, knives, daggers, rapiers, armour, decorative equipment (in particular...
- was probably in use for only a short time. In the 19th century, a bronze palstave was recovered from the site. It is protected as a Scheduled Ancient Monument...
- flanged celts and tanged spear-heads or daggers, ... and the third, by palstaves and socketed celts and the many forms of tools and weapons, ... It is...
- correction at Bedd Branwen Period); burials. 1500–1300 BC: Acton Park Phase: palstaves, socketed spearheads; copper+tin, also lead. 1300–1200 BC: Knighton Heath...
- Penzance is from the Bronze Age. A number of bronze implements such as a palstave, a spear-head, a knife, and pins, along with much pottery and large quantities...
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