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Two rim sherds from the upper collar of a pottery collared urn. Remains of opposed groups of twisted cord diagonal lines.
- Curator's comments
- Longworth 1984
Publication: J.F.S. Stone & N.G. Hill (1938) 'P.P.S.', IV, 249-57, fig. 4C.
Type of site: Deep oval pit, 14 ft by 6 ft becoming a figure of eight shape at depth of 5ft. Context: Occupation material in layer underlying modern top soil above old turf line sealing deliberate infill. Layer also including fragments of plain and decorated Beaker and R-B pottery.
Associated material: registration nos. 1939,0506.13-15; 1939,0506.17-18. Bone awl. Fragment of sandstone quern or rubber. Eleven flint scrapers. Flint flakes, some utilized. Bones of pig, sheep and ox. Glass bead.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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