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Copper alloy personal ornamnet, perhaps an anklet, although the large circumferemnce could also suggest a torc. Crudely defined terminals (cf. ML.1855) but hollow, with a joint round the inner circumference. Beyond the terminal are incised crosses and then a row of dots round the outer circumference.
Diameter: 104 - 108 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Stead and Rigby 1999
Context: Anklets; Hallstatt D1; Possible anklet
Anklets were worn in Champagne in two periods, Hallstatt Dl (Fig. 1, type A) and La Tène II (Fig. 2, type h), and the types are quite different.
- Not on display
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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