Khopesh

A curved brown silver blade.

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The Khopesh was a curved sword used in Egypt during the Bronze Age. Ancient-origins.net stated it’s been found in the Nile valley, east Africa, the Middle East, and the Indian subcontinent. The Khopesh was used for combat and ceremonial purposes.

For more info, use these links:

https://www.ancient-origins.net/artifacts-other-artifacts/egyptian-sword-khopesh-0011222

https://www.history.com/news/knives-that-changed-history

https://lubiblicalmuseum.weebly.com/khopesh.html

The design and unique shape of the sword had to be thought out and planned. Making a sword during ancient times must’ve also been hard and more manual than it is today with modern technology, and they had to come up with ways to shape metal into a fierce weapon.