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aspalathos 17th May 2022 03:45 PM

Please help
 
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Hello folks , here is some dagger. Looks lite Ottoman but I am not sure. Does anyone know anything, where did it come from?

thinreadline 17th May 2022 04:43 PM

to me it seems N African

corrado26 17th May 2022 04:57 PM

I think this is a Flissa of Tunesia or Morokko

Battara 17th May 2022 11:16 PM

I might agree with North Africa, but not sure of the flyssa idea.

kronckew 22nd May 2022 02:34 PM

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Doesn't look Iflissan. Could be N. African. The dotted circle motif is very eclectic worldwide, tho.



My Flyssa dagger for comparison. Flyssa swords have similar grps and distinctive decoration to the blades: Note also the intricately carved wood scabbards.

aspalathos 5th June 2022 10:17 AM

Tnx to all!

ariel 5th June 2022 02:43 PM

“Doesn't look Iflissan. Could be N. African”

Flissa is Algerean, i.e. N. African.
But many local weapons everywhere were made by village armorers and were “simplified” and not conformed to the G.C. Stone’s criteria.


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