Cast some 3,000 years ago (~1450 BC) in the Middle Bronze Age likely near what’s now Nördlingen, Germany, this bronze sword was recently unearthed in exceptional quality. Shoot, I’d still quest with it. Its preservation is due in part to the naturally antimicrobial copper salts in the sword, and the fact that copper doesn’t corrode in the same way as iron. How about that! Is it still sharp enough to cut off an arm? No clue, but we’ll start with one of your fingers first.