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Crundale Grave 15

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posted on 2021-11-10, 14:58 authored by Helena HamerowHelena Hamerow
The next grave was nearly in a straight line with the two last mentioned, and within two feet of the last. The skeleton lay with its feet to the south-west. Near the right hip was a small urn of black earth, which was broken in pieces by the workmen; and also a patera of fine red earth, which shared the same fate. It had the name IVNIVS impressed on the side of its bottom, and a x inscribed on its outside. Here were evident signs of a burnt coffin.


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