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Bronze Age


  • Copper
  • 15.8 x 4 x 0.3 cm
  • Chalcolithic
  • Origin: Collet de les Forques. L’Espunyola (El Berguedà)

MDCS 1646


This copper dagger with an elongated triangular blade and tongue formed part of grave goods that are characteristic of the bell-beaker era. Found together with the dagger were diverse flint arrowheads with fins and stem, a string of shell beads, two bone buttons, fragments of a bell-beaker vase decorated with dotted stripes in the maritime style and the remains of a carinated vase. All these grave goods accompanied the remains of at least four individuals – three adults and one child – in a grave of those typified by J. Serra i Vilaró as a hemi-dolmen called Collet de les Forques (L’Espunyola).

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