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Unique ID: IARCH-1BCD92

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Portion of the bowl of a large spoon of cignus type with an inscription. About a quarter of the oval bowl survives and the handle, which would have been bent or coiled and would have terminated in a bird’s head, is broken away very near its attachment to the bowl. There is a slight keel beneath the bowl. The inscription was engraved in a right-handed direction, LIX, almost certainly "utere felix". Report by C Johns. Length 37mm


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Broad period: ROMAN

Dimensions and weight

Quantity: 1
Weight: 8.1 g

Spatial metadata

Region: Eastern (European Region)
County or Unitary authority: Suffolk (County)
District: Mid Suffolk (District)
To be known as: Burgate

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Recording Institution: IARCH
Created: 4 years ago

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