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    • Created: Monday 27th August 2018

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Record ID: IOW-45E76D
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Isle of Wight
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A rim sherd of a Medieval ceramic vessel (c. 1200-c. 1300). This coarse-ware sherd from an everted rim is reddish pink internally and externally with a grey core. It is largely tempered with crushed shell and small pieces of rounded sand. The breaks are abraded. Length: 31.0mm; width: 39.4mm; thickness: 8.9mm. Weight: 12.64g.
Created on: Monday 27th August 2018
Last updated: Monday 17th September 2018
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Record ID: PUBLIC-448966
Object type: PILGRIM BADGE
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Kent
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A fragment of a cast lead-alloy pilgrim's badge, dating to the medieval period c. AD13th to 15th century. The fragment consists of a small oval lead alloy. On one side is a bearded face and on the other cross hatching. The fragment is very small, measuring only 15.17mm x 12.02mm; it seems likely that this object has been cut down from the original, maybe after the original broke, with the face of the man purposefully selected. The man may represent St Paul (probably) or possibly St John.
Created on: Monday 27th August 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 28th August 2018
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Record ID: PUBLIC-4459EC
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Kent
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A silver, medieval penny of Henry III (1216-1272 AD), Voided Long Cross Class 5b2, North (1994) no. 992/2, minted at London by 'DAVI' (moneyer) c.1253 AD
Created on: Monday 27th August 2018
Last updated: Wednesday 29th August 2018
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Record ID: BERK-40679D
Object type: WEIGHT
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Oxfordshire
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A cast lead alloy weight of conical form and of medieval date c. 1000- 1600 AD. The cone has an integral suspension loop and minor vertical ridges and a slanted base. The surface has oxidised to a pale cream/white coating. See a similar weight at - WILT-BF0671 and BERK-85E62E. This form of weight was in use throughout the medieval and into the early post-medieval period. It could either be hung from a balance or used as a standing weight.
Created on: Monday 27th August 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 28th August 2018
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Record ID: BERK-403244
Object type: WEIGHT
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Oxfordshire
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A cast lead alloy domed shaped weight of probable medieval date c. 1000 - 1600 AD. The dome has an integral suspension, loop and is decorated with four equally spaced ridges running from the apex to the base. The base is cast at an angle and the surface has only modest sulphate staining. A similar example is at - SUR-400D6B - WILT-BF0671 and BERK-85E62E. This form of weight was in use throughout the medieval and into the early post-medieval period. It could either be hung from a balance or used as a standing weight.
Created on: Monday 27th August 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 28th August 2018
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Record ID: BERK-401F1F
Object type: STEELYARD WEIGHT
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Oxfordshire
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A cast lead alloy biconical steelyard weight, probably Roman c. 50 - 400 AD. The body of the weight had a rectangular iron shaft with one end terminated with a suspension loop, now mostly missing. The surface has a white sulphate coating. See - LANCUM-6270E4, NARC-962DCE, KENT-9281FE
Created on: Monday 27th August 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 28th August 2018
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Record ID: BERK-3FFAC9
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Oxfordshire
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An incomplete copper alloy Roman Colchester style dolphin brooch dating from c. AD 80-120. The 6-turn spring and axial bar remain in situ but missing the lower element of the pin. The end axial retaining plates are broken away. The bow is undecorated except for a modest crest to the head with the retaining hole for the cord intact. The ends of the cross bar have circumferential groves at each end. The surface has a mid-green patina.
Created on: Monday 27th August 2018
Last updated: Monday 8th October 2018
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Record ID: BERK-3FDBE7
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Oxfordshire
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An incomplete copper alloy Roman Hod Hill brooch dating from c. AD 43-75. The brooch has an arched rectangular central plate with 2 horizontal projecting circular 'lugs'. The main bow plate has 3 pronounced vertical ribs, surmounted with a pair of horizontal ridges, with a single horizontal rib beneath. The pin lugs, pin and much of the foot are missing, a small section of the catch plate remains. Similar examples are illustrated in Mackreth (2011, Vol 2, page 97, plate 94). The surface has a dark green patina with some ferrous staining.
Created on: Monday 27th August 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 28th August 2018
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Record ID: BERK-3FCB27
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Oxfordshire
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An incomplete copper alloy Roman brooch of Colchester-derivative - Polden Hill type c. 75-175 AD. The pin and spring are missing. The wings form a semi-cylindrical crossbar with pierced closed end caps that held the axial rod, also missing, bar a tiny fragment in one side of the holding plates. There is an integral loop at the head end of the bow that would have held the chord. The ends of the wings terminate with a 'butt' that are the end plates. The bow appears undecorated beyond the central ridge from the integral loop atop and the footplate is not pierced. The surface is heavily e…
Created on: Monday 27th August 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 28th August 2018
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Record ID: BERK-3FB622
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Oxfordshire
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A late Iron Age or early Roman, copper alloy, simple one piece Brooch in the Nauheim derivative - La Tene III style c. 25 - 100 AD. The bow is a typical flat section example with traces of a punched linear decoration down its length, similar to that seen on the 'Lowbury' style brooches of this area. Most of the upper part remains with a single coil of the spring. Much of the foot is missing but a small section of the catch plate remain. The surface is heavily eroded with some verdigris and significant ferrous staining. Over the whole surface.
Created on: Monday 27th August 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 28th August 2018
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Record ID: PUBLIC-3AF731
Object type: COIN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Kent
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
Post medieval silver sixpence of Elizabeth I dated to the year AD 1591 (Third coinage). A initial mark. Tower mint. See: North, no. 2015.
Created on: Monday 27th August 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 28th August 2018
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Record ID: PUBLIC-3AC749
Object type: TOKEN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Kent
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A complete Cast unifaced circular lead alloy token. The token is decorated on the obverse side with the initial in capital W. The reverse is blank. The token is 13.86 mm in diameter, 1.76 mm thick and weighs 1.9 grams. Lead tokens with simple designs are very easy to make and continued in use for a long period; those with initials are generally thought to date to the post medieval period. (1550-1800 AD).
Created on: Monday 27th August 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 28th August 2018
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