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Pottery vessel with a sharp carination making the transition from a larger elongated upper body with concave walls to a smaller round bottom, closed vessel with a round everted rim, smoothened surface abraded on some areas, dark brown colour. Vessel containing cremation on the inside.
- Production date
Diameter: 156 millimetres (Maximum)
Diameter: 116 millimetres (Mouth)
Height: 165 millimetres
Weight: 840.20 grammes
- Curator's comments
- Pottery vessel found in grave 169 which comprised a burial in a stone cist. The burial was located 0,5m below the surface and the grave measured 87 cm long by 50 cm wide. Amongst the grave assemblage were also several animal remains, a bone awl, a copper alloy halberd with wood residues, a dagger and a copper alloy bracelet. The halberd (Catalogue Nr. P.G. 41-1-629 3/5) and the dagger (Catalogue Nr. P.G. 41-1-658 10/10) are part of the collection of the Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire in Brussels. The burial was attributed to an adult male due to the grave contents, although this is not an accurate classification.
- Not on display
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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