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Pottery collared cinerary urn; twisted cord hurdle pattern on collar. Pink-buff fabric.
Diameter: 98 millimetres (base)
Diameter: 190 millimetres (mouth)
Height: 234 millimetres
- Curator's comments
Findspot given as Etal Moor.
6 in East of registration nos. 1879,1209.1380-1. In the same pit. Secondary interment. Upright, and contained burnt bones and an incense cup.
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. 116b.
Type of site: Round barrow.
Context: Primary in oblong pit cut into natural and covered by stones, upright containing cremation and Accessory Cup. In the same pit were Collared urn registration no. 1879,1209.1381 and collared vessel registration no. 1879,1209.1382.
Associated grave goods: Accessory Cup. Dimensions: Diam. of mouth: 2.6 ins; Height: 1.8 ins; Diam. of base: 2 ins. Undecorated and without perforations. See also: 1879,1209.1381-2.
- Not on display
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