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Record ID: NMS-7C99A7
Object type: COSMETIC PESTLE
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Norfolk
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Incomplete copper alloy Iron Age to Roman cosmetic pestle. Sub-oval section curved body with broken end loop handle. Similar end-looped cosmetic pestles can be seen in Ralph Jackson's paper on 'Cosmetic sets from the late Iron Age and Roman Britain' (1985: Britannia, Vol. 16, pp 165- 192). Date circa 1st-2nd century AD.
Created on: Thursday 30th August 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 4th September 2018
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Record ID: NMS-76BB6C
Object type: COIN
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Norfolk
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Gold Iron Age Gallo-Belgic Morini boat-tree type quarter stater. Obverse; possible boat with two occupants. Reverse; tree-like object. Circa 80-60 BC. ABC 40. Diameter 11.8mm, thickness 1.6mm, weight 1.51g.
Created on: Monday 1st May 2017
Last updated: Thursday 4th May 2017
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'Near Wood Dalling', grid reference and parish protected.


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Record ID: NMS-690256
Object type: LINCH PIN
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Norfolk
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Fragment of cast copper alloy enamelled Iron Age crescent-headed linch pin. The head is almost complete save the crown and the base skirt that accommodated the transverse securing pin. The stemmed head is a sub-crescent shape stepped outwards at either side to form laterally opposed stubbed arms. The central stem at the base of the crescent flares smoothly outwards to a wider base which has a forward-stepped semi-circular skirt. The top of the crescent (estimated 10%) is missing from an old break. The underside of the skirt has a transverse semi-circular groove running across the full …
Created on: Monday 14th September 2015
Last updated: Saturday 20th February 2016
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Record ID: NMS-DCB868
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Norfolk
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
Probable fragment of a late Iron Age to early Roman copper alloy bow brooch. The fragment is circular in section (3.5mm diameter) and rises in a steeply curved hump before straightening and finally terminating in a short (6mm) flattened end section that forms the initial part of a catchplate. Both ends of the fragment terminate in old breaks. The material is a dark brown colour and has no discerable decoration. The remnant is suggestive of a very simple one piece brooch such as a la Tene or early Colchester type. Extant length 36mm. Circa 50BC-AD100.
Created on: Wednesday 26th August 2015
Last updated: Thursday 27th August 2015
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Record ID: NMS-436B6C
Object type: BRACELET
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Wiltshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
Corroded fragment of a possible late Iron Age to early Roman copper alloy 'beaded' bracelet or torc. The object is a dumbell shape with larger bulbous segments at either end, joined in the centre by a narrower waist. The terminal ends finish in old breaks. Similar fragment can be seen at LEIC-39C9C4 and WILT-0E2575. The poor survival precludes a more definitive identification. ​Circa 100BC- AD200.
Created on: Wednesday 1st July 2015
Last updated: Wednesday 1st July 2015
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Record ID: NMS-76D525
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Wiltshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
Copper alloy fragment probably the remains of Iron Age to Roman bow brooch.The fragment consists of a thin (1.12mm thick), 50.24mm long strip of metal that tapers linearly in width to form a narrow triangle. The widest end curves over in a loop at the shoulder but there is no remnant of spring coils. The thinner terminal end is damaged and contorted but is probably the remains of the catchplate. The strip is decorated down its centre-line with several parallel lines and grooves in low relief. The form suggests it could possibly be a bow segment of a Nauheim or Nauheim derivative brooc…
Created on: Sunday 8th February 2015
Last updated: Sunday 7th June 2015
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