Definition of palstave in English:
A type of chisel, typically made of bronze, which is shaped to fit into a split handle rather than having a socket for the handle.
- We thought the site was probably Middle Bronze Age (a palstave axe of that era had been found nearby), but we had no proof.
- Also found was an unbroken half of a two-part mould for a middle Bronze Age palstave, or flanged axe.
- It is characterized by developed bronze types including palstaves, flange-hilted swords, dirks with rounded or trapezoidal butts, and a variety of pins and bracelets.
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