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Crundale Grave C

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posted on 2021-11-10, 14:58 authored by Helena HamerowHelena Hamerow
[...] in digging, we found two bodies of persons full grown, and another of a child, lying side by side, without any urns with them. But in tumbling the earth, we picked up the fragments of a wide earthen pan, flat and shallow, (perhaps a libatory vessel, to hold either the blood or some other parts of the ancient sacrifices at funerals), which, being joined together, are represented by the figure of the vessel No. 3.

History

Grave title

Grave

Date excavated

c. 1703

Reference

Faussett 1856

Page number

178

Modern description

Three single graves in a row or a triple grave? – B.B.

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