- Museum number
Rowel-spur of iron with an eight-pointed rowel; a short, straight neck almost all cut into the rowel box. The sides are of trapezoid-section, gently curved, narrowing towards the front where they end in figure-of-eight terminals. One of the loops is corroded away. The spur is uniformly corroded and in excavated condition. The left side of the rowel box is broken away.
- Production date
Length: 128 millimetres
Width: 100 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Compare with numerous spurs in the Museum of London, J.Clark, The Medieval Horse and its Equipment, London, 1995, pp.138-140, No.s 333 to 335.
Comment and object description by T.Richardson, Royal Armouries.
- Not on display
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: AL116/495 (Royal Armouries)