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Sarre Grave 86
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LXXXVI. A sword at the left, three feet long, including hilt; a small piece of amber near the knees; a pair of bronze tweezers [KAS 397], nearly three inches long and well preserved, much resembling the pair found on Chatham Lines and described in the Nenia Britannica fig. 6, plate 13 ; a bronze buckle [KAS 353] near the centre, some studs, and a broken knife.
Date excavatedbetween September and December 1863
Sonia Hawkes descriptiona sword, b. small piece of amber, c. bronze tweezers, d. bronze buckle, e. some studs, f. broken knife
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