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German Gothic Era Axe of the 13th Century

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New Made Item: High quality Axe which featuring a high carbon polished steel head with un-sharpened edge and a hardwood shaft.


Head 12.5 x 10

Shaft Length: 47

The beginnings of the Gothic period can be traced back to France and therefore it is not surprising that German cities in close proximity also show unique examples of Gothic architecture. The Liebfrauenkirche (Church of Our Beloved Lady) in Trier (start of construction around 1230) is considered the first Gothic church in French Gothic style on German soil and is part of the UNESCO World Heritage. The Freiburger Münster (Freiburg Cathedral) illustrates the aspiration of the builders to reach the limits of what is technically impossible: the cathedral with its 116m-high tower has one of the few "single-tower-facades" that were completed during the Gothic period and gave the go-ahead for a real competition amongst the cities.

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