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Pottery collared urn. Decoration: On the collar, horizontal twisted cord line, beneath which are diagonal lines crossed by one roughly horizontal line. One twisted cord line on the internal bevel of the rim.
Diameter: 4.10 inches (base)
Diameter: 8.30 inches (mouth)
Height: 11 inches
- Curator's comments
- Longworth 1984
Publications: J. T. D. Llewelyn (1856) 'Archaeologia Cambrensis', II, 3rd s., 63-7; (1859) 'Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries in London', IV, ist s., 303-4, fig; W. O. Stanley (1867) 'Archaeological Journal', XXIV, 19-21, fig. 7; W. O. Stanley & A. Way (1868) 'Archaeologia Cambrensis', XIV, 3rd s., 252-254, fig. 16; J. T. D. Llewelyn (1886) 'Archaeologia Cambrensis', III, 5th s., 326; J. Abercromby (1912) 'A Study of the Bronze Age Pottery of Great Britain and Ireland and its Associated Grave-Goods', Oxford, Clarendon Press, II, fig. 80; (1920) 'British Museum Bronze Age Guide', 95, fig. 99; R. E. M. Wheeler (1925) 'Prehistoric and Roman Wales', fig. 73.3.
Type of site: Round cairn, apparently of composite construction, an earth mound covering a ring cairn.
Context: In pit dug into the old ground surface, inverted over cremation. Pit covered by stone slab.
Associated grave goods: None.
- Not on display
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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