Sarre Grave 123
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CXXIII. A child's grave, as shewn by the teeth. Some keys, three beads, and a small piece of mother-of-pearl ; a knife and a ring, both broken; a very small carbuncle set in gold as a pendant [KAS 415]; a slender silver pin, in shape and size exactly like our own ordinary pins, and a pretty specimen of delicate Saxon handicraft.
Date excavatedbetween September and December 1863
Sonia Hawkes descriptionChild's grave. a. keys, b. 3 beads, c. small piece of mother of pearl, d. knife (broken), e. ring (broken), f. pendant of carbuncle set in gold, g. silver pin.
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