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Copper alloy ribbed bracelet. Alternating broad and narrow ribs; expanded terminals with punched rings, followed by a narrow rib then a much broader rib with punched rings; centrally at the back, a boss with worn grooves and punched rings.
Diameter: 57 - 62 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Stead and Rigby 1999
Findspot given here as Bussy.
Context: Bracelets; Ribbed bracelets with undefined terminals, La Tène Ia and Ib.
Often found in pairs, as Somme-Bionne and Marson, below: cf. Beine ‘l’Argentelle’ graves 2 and 30; Pierre-Morains grave 1; Charpy, J.-J., and Roualet, P., 1991, ‘Les Celtes en Champagne’ (exh. cat., Epernay, 23/6 - 3/11/1991), nos 124-6. Associated with a different type of bracelet in Villeneuve-Renneville grave 27, Caurel 'la Fosse Minore' grave 46, and Mont Troté grave 133 (with wider ribs).
- Not on display
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