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    • Created: Sunday 25th July 2010
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Record ID: IOW-C67E73
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Isle of Wight
Workflow stage: Published Find validated and published by finds advisers
A copper-alloy nummus of Constantine II as Caesar, 317-337; GLORIA EXERCITVS; Two soldiers and two standards; Trier 330-5; Reece period 17.
Created on: Sunday 25th July 2010
Last updated: Monday 21st March 2011
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'Isle of Wight', grid reference and parish protected.

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Record ID: SUSS-C23A77
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: West Sussex
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find waiting to be validated
Late Iron Age or early Roman copper alloy brooch of La Tene III, Nauheim derivative type dated to c.30-70 AD. The pin is missing as are most of the spring and part of the catchplate due to old breaks. Only half of one spiral of the integral spring remains, it is circular in section. The bow rises vertically from the head (spring) before bending at 90 degrees after which it has a very shallow convex curve towards the straight foot. The bow is flat with rounded edges and the front is decorated with a central row of punched indents which run down the lower third and onto the foot. It wid…
Created on: Sunday 25th July 2010
Last updated: Thursday 5th August 2010
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'near Upper Beeding', grid reference and parish protected.

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Record ID: BERK-C1ECD3
Object type: TIE BAR
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Oxfordshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find waiting to be validated
A moulded lead alloy tie bar, 'bow tie' shaped and 85.54mm long, 41.06mm (maximum) width and 14.01mm thick. Tie bars were used to reinforce adjoining pieces of stonework. Often made from iron but occasionally lead, today tie bars can most frequently be seen in churches. Such objects are very hard to date without contextual association or information. Monumental stonework and buildings such as churches that would have required the use of ties could date anywhere from the Medieval period through to the Post-medieval periods.
Created on: Sunday 25th July 2010
Last updated: Sunday 25th July 2010
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Record ID: SUSS-C1D9E7
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: West Sussex
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find waiting to be validated
Late Iron Age or early Roman copper alloy brooch of La Tene III, Nauheim derivative type dated to c.30-70 AD. The brooch head, spring and pin are missing and only a small part of the catchplate remains due to old breaks. The bow rises vertically from the head before bending at 90 degrees after which it has a shallow convex curve towards the foot where is bends down at 90 degrees before expanding into the catchplate, this second bend is probably due to damage. It is flat with rounded edges and the front is decorated with a central row of punched indents which are so closely spaced they…
Created on: Sunday 25th July 2010
Last updated: Thursday 5th August 2010
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'near Upper Beeding', grid reference and parish protected.

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Record ID: BERK-C1D811
Object type: SLATE
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Oxfordshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find waiting to be validated
A small fragment of slate engraved with vertical and double horizontal lines, forming what appears to be a type of table. There are rounded dots that look like they are part of this table but they are actually natural indentations in the slate. This slate was probably part of a writing slate, in use in schools and work places from the later 18th Century. Writing slates were available in various designs, some being lined, other divided into squares and some even with maps on them. This slate may have been used for accounting or mathematics in the school or the workplace during the Vict…
Created on: Sunday 25th July 2010
Last updated: Sunday 25th July 2010
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Record ID: BERK-C1A627
Object type: GAMING PIECE
Broad period: MODERN
County: Oxfordshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find waiting to be validated
Two possible gaming pieces or tokens. Both have been purposefully shaped into sub-square tokens. The smaller piece is made from shell, the larger from a stone flake. Gaming pieces like these are almost impossible to date; they could date from the Roman era right through to the Victorian period and possibly even later.
Created on: Sunday 25th July 2010
Last updated: Sunday 25th July 2010
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Record ID: SUSS-C1A0B5
Object type: CLOTH SEAL
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: West Sussex
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find waiting to be validated
Part of a two part cloth seal, one disk and part of the connetcing rivet remains, the other disk and tab are lost to old breaks. The disk is stamped with a 'privy' or 'merchants' mark in the form of a vertical bar which turns into a reversed 4 at the top with horizontal cross bar below, the lower end of the vertical bar is forked and overlapping it is a triangle or heart shape. In the three cells created by the fork and triangle are the letters B/T// C (or possibly G). The design is within a circular line border. It is 18.6mm in diameter and 2.8mm thick; it weighs 3.56 grams. …
Created on: Sunday 25th July 2010
Last updated: Sunday 25th July 2010
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'near Upper Beeding', grid reference and parish protected.

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Record ID: SUSS-C16F47
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: West Sussex
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find waiting to be validated
Medieval silver cut halfpenny, probably of Henry III (1216-1272), long voided cross, class mint and moneyer unclear. The coin has been heavily clipped to the inner circle on the reverse, 1247-1279 AD
Created on: Sunday 25th July 2010
Last updated: Sunday 25th July 2010
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'near Upper Beeding', grid reference and parish protected.

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Record ID: SUSS-C14E42
Object type: BUCKLE
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: West Sussex
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find waiting to be validated
Medieval cast copper alloy single oval loop buckle frame. The frame is trapezoid in cross section with a straight strap bar which is narrowed and offset. The frame is 15.8mm long and 12.7mm wide and is a maximum of 2.6mm thick. It weighs 1.33 grams. The buckle surface is a pale to mid grey colour suggesting a high tin content to the alloy. A similar example is illustrated in Egan (2007), p.87-8, ref. 472. It is categorised as Meols type 2 and assigned a late 13th to early 14th century date.
Created on: Sunday 25th July 2010
Last updated: Saturday 11th September 2010
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'near Upper Beeding', grid reference and parish protected.

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