Human Generated Data

Title

Jade Dagger-Axe in a Bronze Haft

Date

12th-11th century BCE

People

-

Classification

Ritual Implements

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Bequest of Grenville L. Winthrop, 1943.51.16

Human Generated Data

Title

Jade Dagger-Axe in a Bronze Haft

Date

12th-11th century BCE

Classification

Ritual Implements

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Bequest of Grenville L. Winthrop, 1943.51.16

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2023-10-10

Blade 99.3
Knife 99.3
Weapon 99.3
Bronze 77.1
Dagger 77
Accessories 57.7
Gemstone 57.7
Jewelry 57.7

Clarifai
created on 2018-08-20

no person 97.9
one 95.8
jewelry 94.9
still life 88.3
desktop 87.5
cutout 86.3
color 85.1
art 83.8
decoration 83.6
pattern 82
grow 81.4
container 79.3
texture 78.4
luxury 78
wear 77.7
gift 77.2
paper 76.4
science 74.9
gold 74.6
water 72.7

Imagga
created on 2018-08-20

knife blade 68
blade 67.5
scabbard 64.1
sheath 51.5
cutting implement 42.5
tool 41.7
protective covering 37.9
knife 35.6
dagger 26.4
covering 24.7
weapon 23
metal 22.5
object 19.8
steel 15.4
handle 14.3
cut 13.4
silver 13.3
close 12.6
equipment 12.2
shiny 11.9
closeup 11.4
sharp 11.4
liquid 11.3
gold 10.7
color 10.6
style 10.4
work 10.2
metallic 10.1
design 10.1
clean 10
transparent 9.8
bubble 9.4
decoration 9.4
danger 9.1
single 9
health 9
utensil 8.7
cutting 8.7
tools 8.5
letter opener 8.3
drop 8.2
kitchen 8
water 8
cool 8
business 7.9
objects 7.8
black 7.8
glass 7.8
old 7.7
money 7.7
ripple 7.6
hand 7.6
elegance 7.6
fashion 7.5
traditional 7.5
detail 7.2
fresh 7.2

Google
created on 2018-08-20

Color Analysis

Feature analysis

Amazon

Dagger 77%

Categories

Imagga

paintings art 99.8%
food drinks 0.1%

Captions

Azure OpenAI

Created on 2024-01-27

The image shows an ancient ceremonial object featuring a combination of materials and colors. The main body of the object appears to be a creamy white, polished stone or jade, which has been shaped and tapered to form a blade or point. The stone component is smooth and seems to have some weathering or patina indicative of age. Attached to the base of the stone blade is a greenish-blue, intricately designed handle or hilt component with geometric mosaic patterns, possibly made with turquoise inlay set into a bronze or copper framework. This handle exhibits significant signs of corrosion or verdigris, especially around the edges and the areas between the mosaic tiles. There is also a cylindrical hole through one section of the handle, perhaps for the attachment of the blade to a shaft or for hanging. The object exudes an air of antiquity and craftsmanship, suggesting that it may have been an item of importance or ritual. The preservation of the mosaic and stone, despite signs of corrosion on the metallic parts, speaks to the quality of the materials and the care in its construction. This piece could likely be from an ancient civilization and possibly functioned as a ceremonial dagger, emblem, or offering. Please note that without context or more information, it is challenging to determine the exact cultural origin or the historical period of the object.