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Pottery collared urn; distorted; incised; zigzag on internal rim bevel; linear filled triangles between single horizontal lines on collar; linear lattice on neck.
Diameter: 92 - 117 millimetres (mouth)
Diameter: 66 millimetres (base)
Height: 125 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Longworth 1984
Publications: W. Greenwell (1877) 'British Barrows', 369; I. H. Longworth (1961) The origins and development of the Primary Series in the Collared Urn Tradition in England and Wales, 'P.P.S.', XXVII, 263-306, no. 280.
Type of site: Round barrow.
Context: Primary at centre on the old ground surface, on its side accompanying a cremation, portions of the skull being placed in the vessel. Amongst the cremated bones were an arrowhead and flake.
Associated grave goods: Flint Leaf-shaped arrowhead, burnt (Green (1980) 'The Flint Arrowheads of the British Isles'. B.A.R., British Series 75, no. 94). Flint flake, burnt.
- Not on display
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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