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posted on 2021-11-10, 15:41 authored by Helena HamerowHelena Hamerow
LX. Nine feet and a half in length, and four feet and a half in depth. A small bronze buckle [KAS 345], the head of a small spear, and a knife; one of those rare glass vessels of the pillared or twisted pattern [KAS 264], very like that in the Museum at Canterbury, which was found, as is said, near Reculver. It lay horizontally at the head, with its rim close to the end of the grave. It was broken, but is complete, and has been restored.

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Grave

Date excavated

between September and December 1863

Reference

Brent 1866

Page number

168

Sonia Hawkes description

Length: 9 feet 6 inches; Depth: 4 feet 6 inchesa. bronze buckle, b. small spear-head, c. knife, d. claw beaker

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