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Record ID: DUR-E4B0F6
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy two piece Colchester type brooch dating to the period AD 43 to 75. The object has a sub-rectangular head and is semi-circular in profile with closed ends to hold the spring mechanism which is no longer present. There are some faint incised lines on the wings of the head. On a crest on the top of the bow is the remains of hook which would have helped to keep the spring in place. The bow extends from the head and tapers to a point with no evidence for a footknob. There are some vertical grooves on the bow. The catchplate is missing. Bayley and Butcher (2004: 82-89…
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Thursday 20th August 2015
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Record ID: DUR-E4A3E6
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy hinged Dolphin brooch dating to the period AD 43 to 100. The object has a sub-rectangular head which is circular in profile and holds the remains of a hinge mechanism. The bow extends and curves smoothly away from the head and has a small groove at the top. The bow terminates in a point with no evidence for a footknob. Part of the catchplate is still present. Two examples of this type were excavated from Richborough (Bayley and Butcher 2004:89-90, 157) and they are contemporary with the similar two piece Colchester type but probably continuing in use later.
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Thursday 20th August 2015
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Record ID: DUR-E488E5
Object type: SPEAR
Broad period: BRONZE AGE
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy socketed side-looped spearhead dating from the middle to late Bronze Age, (1500-800BC). The spearhead is almost complete. The head is leaf-shaped and the socket has a pronounced midrib. The mid rib is lozenge shape and extends to the base of the socket where it is slightly facetted rather than raised. The edges of the blade have been damaged in some places. One of the string loops are is complete and the other is broken. The mouth of the socket is broken, probably in antiquity. The spearhead is a string loop type, which suggests later middle Bronze Age to early l…
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Thursday 4th June 2015
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Record ID: DUR-E4676E
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
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An incomplete copper alloy trumpet brooch dating to the Roman period, c. 2nd century AD. Only the head of the object is present however this retains the spring mechanism and a small fragment of the pin. The spring is wrapped around wire which loops around and through a sub-rectangular collar to create a head loop. The front of the brooch has some decoration on the head.
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Monday 10th August 2015
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Record ID: DUR-E44276
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
Workflow stage: Published Find published
A Roman copper alloy Hod Hill type brooch dating to 43-75 AD. The object has a narrow tube to hold the pin which is created by rolling the top of the brooch. There is a collar at the base of the head and a narrowing before the brooch widens to the main sub-rectangular plate. There are a series of vertical gooves which run from the head to the foot. At each side of the plate is a collared knop althought on of these is damaged and folded back. From the bottom of the plate, the bow tapers and has three collars before terminating in a rounded foot. the catchplate extends from the back …
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Friday 2nd October 2015
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Record ID: DUR-E430E8
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy two part Colchester brooch dating to the period 43 to 75. The brooch has a sub-rectangular head which is semi-circular in profile to carry to the spring which is no longer present. The base of the hook on a small crest on the head is still present and this would have helped to stabilise the mechanism. The bow arches away from the head and tapers gradually to a point with a typical vertical groove running the length of the bow. There is no foot and part of the catchplate is present on the reverse. Similar examples are listed in Bayley and Butcher (2004: 82-89, 155…
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Thursday 20th August 2015
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Record ID: DUR-E40E2F
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy two piece Colchester brooch dating to the period AD 43 to 75. The object has a sub-rectangular head which is semi-circular in profile to hold the spring mechanism which is no longer present. The wings of the head are decorated with vertical grooves and raised vertical moulding. The bow of the brooch curves away from the head and tapers to an irregular point. There is vertical, grooved detail which runs the length of the bow. The catchplate is completely missing. Bayley and Butcher (2004: 82-89, 155-157) listed similar examples excavated from Richborough and sugg…
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Thursday 20th August 2015
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Record ID: DUR-E3EBC2
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy trumpet brooch dating to the 2nd century AD. The object has a sub-circular head which is flat with a pierced project to hold the pin. The bow tapers away from the head and at the waist there is moulded three-band decoration. The bow curves back and down towards the foot and catchplate which are still present. The back of the object is flat and does not carry the moulded decoration. For similar examples see Hattatt fig. 187, no. 952 and Bayley and Butcher (2004: 93).
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Monday 10th August 2015
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Record ID: DUR-E3D45C
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
Workflow stage: Published Find published
A copper alloy T-shape (hinged) brooch dating to the Roman period, c. AD 43 to 90. The object has a sub-rectangular shaped head in plan which is curved backwards to hold the pin and hinge, which are no longer present. From the upper head is a crest with the remains of a loop present. The bow tapers from the head to create a sub-triangular shape. The edges of the bow have a "saw-tooth" effect. The bow has a lattice effect creating cells which would have held enamel, no trace of which survives. The object has a plain footknob which is slightly upturned. The back of the object is und…
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Friday 2nd October 2015
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Record ID: DUR-E3B52B
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy two piece Colchester type brooch dating to the period AD 43 to 75. The object has a sub-rectangular head which is semi-circular in profile to hold the spring mechanism which is no longer present. The bow arches away from the head and tapers in a smooth point with no evidence for a footknob. The bow and wings of the brooch are undecorated. Most of the catchplate is still present. Bayley and Butcher (2004: 82-89, 155-157) list similar examples excavated from Richborough and suggest an early 1st century AD date for brooches of this type.
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Thursday 20th August 2015
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Record ID: DUR-E36083
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
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A simple and heavily abraded Trumpet brooch dating to the 2nd century AD. The brooch has a flared, trumpet head with a loop to hold the hinge mechanism. The brooch then tapers away from the head and curves to form the bow. There is unclear moulded detail at the peak of the bow from where it tapers to a point. The foot, catchplate and pin are all missing. Similar examples are listed in Hattatt 1989: 328.
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Monday 10th August 2015
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Record ID: DUR-E3096B
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy bow and fantail brooch dating to the Roman period, c. AD 50 to 150. The head has circular sectioned wings which are hollow to accomodate the pin. In the centre of the wings there is a vertical slit, in which the upper remains of the pin is attached. This piece is a rectangular copper alloy plate with a central piercing, through which the axis bar passes. The plate would have tapered into a thin wire with a pointed end. On top of the head, projecting vertically upwards, there is a remnant of a chain loop, now broken into two points. The bow extends sharply from the f…
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Thursday 4th June 2015
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Record ID: DUR-E2CA39
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
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An incomplete copper alloy Hod Hill type brooch dating to the first century AD. The object has a central pentagonal plate which has a series of vertical grooves. From one side projects a sub-triangular area which is flat but may have been rolled to create a tube to hold the pin. At the opposite side of the brooch is a sub-rectangular projection which presumably would have extended to create the foot and catchplate. Between these two projections are knops. There are similar examples listed in Bayley and Butcher (2004: 70-72) who suggest a post-conquest 1st century AD date.
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Monday 10th August 2015
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Record ID: DUR-E29E38
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy trumpet brooch dating to the 2nd century AD. The object has a flared, trumpet head with two lugs for the hinge mechanism which still contains part of the pin. There is an integral head loop which is complete. The bow tapers outwards and downwards away from the head and at the waist there is acanthus moulding on the front. The bow narrows from the waist to the stepped foot. The catchplate is still present and the back of the brooch is flat with no decoration. This brooch is identified by Bayley and Butcher (2004: 93) as a type B and they suggest that brooches of …
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Monday 10th August 2015
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Record ID: DUR-E206D4
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy trumpet derivative brooch dating to the 1st or 2nd century AD. The object has a sub-rectangular head which is circular in profile and encloses the remains of a hinge mechanism. The wings are undecorated and from the top of the bow there is a circular projection which may have been intended as a headloop but was never pierced. The bow extends from the head and there are two cross ribs with raised decoration on the front of the brooch at the waist. From the decoration the bow curves back and tapers to a collared foot. Part of the catchplate remains on the back of the o…
Created on: Tuesday 20th January 2015
Last updated: Thursday 20th August 2015
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Record ID: DUR-91A9DB
Object type: BUCKLE
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy buckle or brooch, probably dating to the medieval period, c. 1200 to 1500. The object is D-shaped in plan and section with a narrowed and offset bar which is separated from the rest of the buckle frame by a double collar at each side. The buckle is 20.54 mm wide and 18.43 mm long.
Created on: Friday 16th January 2015
Last updated: Wednesday 19th August 2015
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Record ID: DUR-9199B1
Object type: BUCKLE
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy annular buckle probably dating to the medieval period, c. AD 1350 to 1400. The object is circular in plan with a circular cross-section. The pin is still present and is made from one piece of copper alloy which has been curved to form a loop for attachment to the frame. There is a small projection where the pin straightens and from there is tapers to a blunt point. There is no recess for the pin which Egan and Pritchard (2002: 65) suggest is indicative of a buckle, rather than a brooch. For similar examples recorded on the PAS database, see SUR-8337C3 and HAMP-C7…
Created on: Friday 16th January 2015
Last updated: Wednesday 19th August 2015
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Record ID: DUR-9186D1
Object type: SEAL BOX
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
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The base of a copper alloy seal box dating to the Roman period, c. AD 100 to 300. The object is tear-drop shaped in plan and flat with outwardly bent edges. There is a projection from the middle of the curve which would have formed the hinge attaching the base of the object to decorated top. From the point of the tear-drop is a sub-spherical knop. There are three circular holes through the object however one of these is obscured due to depositional debris. There are similar objects on the database including NCL-5EAA11 from nearby and NARC-B9DE37 and HAMP-255E15 which are compl…
Created on: Friday 16th January 2015
Last updated: Thursday 20th August 2015
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Record ID: DUR-917B22
Object type: SCABBARD
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy sword scabbard chape dating from the late medieval period to the early post-medieval, c. AD 1450 to 1600. The chape is sub-triangular in plan with two longer, outwardly curving sides and two semi-circular notches cut out of the shorter, third side creating an openwork, crenellated effect. There is a horizontal moulding rib across the width of the chape just beneath the openwork element, otherwise the chape is undecorated. The back plate is missing however this is common as the back plate was made of a thinner sheet of alloy and they rarely survive intact. For similar …
Created on: Friday 16th January 2015
Last updated: Monday 18th June 2018
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Record ID: DUR-916905
Object type: SEAL MATRIX
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Lincolnshire
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A complete pointed oval seal matrix dating to the medieval period, c. 1200 to 1300. The object is a pointed oval in plan with some damage evident. The back of the object has the remains of a suspension loop present. The front of the object has incised decoration with a legend around the outside which reads S'ELINORE FIL PE and means "Seal of Elinore, daughter of Pe...". The motif in the centre of the matrix is unclear but features a central vertical line with two horizontal lines crossing it. The horizontal lines curve away from each before sharply pointing back on themselves. The…
Created on: Friday 16th January 2015
Last updated: Thursday 4th June 2015
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