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One bag of human cremation and one bag of associated charcoal. Plus one bag ?decorative stone inlay?
Weight: 207 grammes
- Curator's comments
Findspot given as Etal Moor.
In a rectangular hollow with two others. Possibly the primary burial in the barrow. Upright, and contained a cremation and traces of bronze. Just outside was a calcined bone pin.
Publications: W. Greenwell (1877) 'British Barrows', 403-5; 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. 116; (1952) V & A 'Guide to English Prehistoric Pottery', Pl. 16.
Type of site: Round barrow.
Context: Primary in oblong pit cut into natural and covered by stones, upright contained cremation of an adult, and small fragment of bronze. Just outside the lip of the vessel was the point of a bone pin. Also in the grave were Collared urn registration no. 1879,1209.1383 and Collared vessel registration no. 1879,1209.1382.
Associated grave goods: Small fragment of bronze awl. Point of bone pin, burnt. See also 1879,1209.1382-3.
- Not on display
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