Bīntiě (simplified Chinese: 镔铁; traditional Chinese: 鑌鐵) was a type of refined iron, which was known for its hardness. It was often used in the making of weapons. Bintie was probably a type of carbon steel. Some have claimed that bintie was actually Damascus steel (Wootz steel), however there is insufficient archaeological evidence to support this.

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  • Bīntiě (simplified Chinese: 镔铁; traditional Chinese: 鑌鐵) was a type of refined iron, which was known for its hardness. It was often used in the making of weapons. Bintie was probably a type of carbon steel. Some have claimed that bintie was actually Damascus steel (Wootz steel), however there is insufficient archaeological evidence to support this. (en)
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  • 镔铁
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  • 鑌鐵
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  • Bīntiě (simplified Chinese: 镔铁; traditional Chinese: 鑌鐵) was a type of refined iron, which was known for its hardness. It was often used in the making of weapons. Bintie was probably a type of carbon steel. Some have claimed that bintie was actually Damascus steel (Wootz steel), however there is insufficient archaeological evidence to support this. (en)
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  • Bintie (en)
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