Composite Bow . This is a modern reproduction in the British Museum; the original dagger is in the Baghdad Museum. The Destruction of Army Group Center, 1944. An adze is a tool used in wood construction, but it was also used as a weapon of war, as indicated by the fact that the electrum adze head was found with the soldiers. At various places on the cloak were sewn metal disks with raised centers or spines, like the boss on a shield. See modern reconstruction of the dagger. Hi all Several sickle-swords (or swords based on sickles) have been mentioned in the Ancient weapons forum: - Egyptian/ Sumerian/ Canaanite Kopesh (Was the Kopesh still used in Greek times (i.e. Approximately 10.5 inches long (26.82 cm). New York: Penguin Books, 1992. London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1984. New York: Praeger, 1963. Pollock, Susan. One soldier did the driving, the other soldier did the fighting; although the drivers sometimes fought as well (they're seen wielding weapons in the two lead chariots). The Sumerians used both the decimal and sexagesimal system based on multiples of six (they were the first to divide an hour into sixty minutes), and most probably, the organization of the army was based on multiples of 6, 60, 120, and so on. Geoff said. Date: ca. Electrum is a natural alloy of gold and silver. In this role the chariot was used as transport for mounted heavy infantry. The conception of Ningišzida as a reliable god is obvious from his name. The length of the axe is 47 cm (18.5 inches). window.document.write("