Silver torc of two strands twisted together with double-loop terminals.
- 150 BC - 50 BC (circa)
- Excavated/Findspot: Ken Hill (Hoard L)
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England,Norfolk,Snettisham,Ken Hill)
- Diameter: 188 millimetres (external, max)
- Diameter: 167 millimetres (internal, max)
- Width: 151 millimetres (total)
- Diameter: 32.5 millimetres (terminal)
- Width: 55 millimetres (opening between terminals, approx)
- Diameter: 10.7 millimetres (cross-section neck ring)
- Weight: 318 grammes
On display: G50/dc19
2016 11 Mar- 25 Sep, Edinburgh, National Museum of Scotland, Celts. 2015-2016 24 Sep-31 Jan, London, BM, G30, 'Celts: Art and Identity' 2005-2006 25 Jul-13 Jan, Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past 2005 12 Feb-26 Jun, Newcastle, Hancock Museum, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past 2004-2005 1 Oct-15 Jan, Manchester Museum, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past 2004 30 Apr-21 Sep, Cardiff, National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past 2003-2004 21 Nov-14 Mar, London, BM, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- SN/NO (find code)
- T255 (Treasure number)
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Object reference number: BCB90181
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