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Pottery Collared urn; jabbed impressions, obliterated in places by later smoothing; rows in rough herring-bone on collar; irregular on neck.
Diameter: 123 millimetres (base)
Diameter: 270 millimetres (mouth;approx)
Height: 313 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Longworth 1984
Publications: J. Bolton (1869) 'Geological fragments collected principally from rambles among the rocks of Furness and Cartmell', 138-9; J. Richardson (1880) 'Furness Past and Present, its History and Antiquities', I, 37-8; H. Barber (1894) 'Furness and Cartmell Notes', 38; C.I. Fell (1957) 'T.C.W.A.A.S.', LVII, 9-12.
Type of site: Flat grave.
Context: Upright contained cremation and bronze knife, covered above by a flat stone. Associated grave goods: Bronze tanged knife/ razor (A. Jockenhövel (1980) P.B.F., VIII.3, 37, no. 48).
- Not on display
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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