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A slender parallel-sided iron strip, of D-shaped cross-section, with a flat ivy-leaf shaped terminal with central small circular perforation. Bent centrally.
Length: 160 millimetres (unbent)
Weight: 25.45 grammes
- Curator's comments
- This is probably an iron binding or broken/ distorted angle bracket from a box or casket. At Fishbourne a group of four complete angle brackets of near identical form, with nails in place in the perforations, almost certainly in position on a wooden box, were found on the floor of Room N12 sealed by debris of the final destruction (Cunliffe 1971, 134, 137, Fig. 62, nos. 61-2).
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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