Originally Posted by kronckew
it's coming to stay with me. vendor esst. it from 1850-1899.
(not my arm, by the way
Salaams kronckew, Please have a look at http://www.vikingsword.com/vb/showt...=jewish+dervish
These axes were also carried about by wandering Dervish Sufi in and before the 1920s in Persia. Amazingly they are shown in a reference at http://kavvanah.wordpress.com/2013/...dervishes-1922/
pictured with Jewish members of that group amalgamating Jewish and Muslim concepts into their traditions. The axe in this case said to have been carried as a defensive weapon in the right hand to ward off wild animals etc... and as part of their regalia..
Ibrahiim al Balooshi.