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posted on 2021-11-10, 15:41 authored by Helena HamerowHelena Hamerow
CCLIX. At the feet, a bronze stud or button, and some iron nails. Towards the knee a small iron pot [KAS 843], about three inches in length, and containing some remains of melted bronze,-perhaps the crucible of an artisan; or possibly a bell. Near it lay a hone or knife-stone, exactly resembling some in modern use, and made of the same Turkish stone. Also a clench-bolt, an iron staple, and three broken knives.

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Grave

Date excavated

between August and November 1864

Reference

Brent 1868

Page number

316

Sonia Hawkes description

a. bronze stud or button, b. some iron nails, c. small iron pot with remains of melted bronze, d. hone, e. clench bolt, f. iron staple, g. 3 broken knives

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