Swords - Used for cutting and stabbing. The blades were curved and of various lengths - introduced with the development of the various metals
Bow and Arrow - A ranged weapon which caused a projectile to leave the soldier and strike a target. Made from a strip of flexible material, such as wood, linked at the two ends with a cord, or string, to form a tension from which the arrow was propelled
Spear - Consisting of a shaft, usually of wood, with a sharpened head and used as a thrusting weapon or as a missile. The spear was versatile - cheap to produce and easy to use requiring limited training
axeBattle Axes had a crescent-shaped blade and used as a close contact weapon but could also be hurled as a missile
maceMace - Stone mace heads replaced with iron, copper and bronze. Used as a close contact weapon and also used from horseback
slingSling - The oldest of weapons dating back to antiquity. Cheap to produce and remained in use during all periods in Ancient Egypt
daggersScimitars and Daggers were influenced by Egyptian designs and decoration. They are usually built with an awesome cast metal handle that features a highly detailed Egyptian king and lion's head. Smothered in hieroglyphics, the Egyptian dagger have a short classic cut blades for short distance combat.

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