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posted on 2021-11-10, 15:41 authored by Helena HamerowHelena Hamerow
Nos. XLIV. to LIII. contained few relics and those unimportant. A knife (broken), a bronze buckle [KAS 351], and a tag [KAS 477 (AS 93)], a small tubular piece of bronze [KAS 246]. A milled silver finger-ring [KAS 361] in No. XLIX, with a buckle and an iron link. Nos. XLVI and LI contained two interments each, one skull in the former lying in the centre of the grave. In No. LIII were an iron buckle and a spearhead with its socket.

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Date excavated

between September and December 1863

Reference

Brent 1866

Page number

166-7

Sonia Hawkes description

Grave 44: few unimportant relics - knife (broken), bronze buckle, tag, tubular piece of bronze.Grave 49: milled silver ring, with buckle and iron link.Graves 46 and 51 both double. One skull found in 46 in centre of grave.

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