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Record ID: PUBLIC-9C4388
Object type: DRESS HOOK
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Suffolk
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A complete copper alloy dress hook dating to the post medieval period (AD 1500 - AD 1700). The dress hook comprises of a trefoil shaped main plate which has a straight upper edge, decorated with a openwork knot design. The main body plate has a rope design and each running-end of the knot terminates in a plain pellet, which marks the join between the main plate and the sub-rectangular attachment loop. A hook extends centrally from the base of the main plate and originally curved backwards, on this example the end of the hook is broken and bends to one side. The reverse is flat and und…
Created on: Wednesday 1st May 2019
Last updated: Tuesday 7th May 2019
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Record ID: PUBLIC-9B962B
Object type: STRAP END
Broad period: EARLY MEDIEVAL
County: Essex
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An incomplete Late Saxon copper alloy tongue-shaped openwork strap end of Thomas 2004, Class E, Type 1, in very abraded condition with the open end missing from an ancient break. Due to the amount of wear there is only a very small amount of decoration visible at the end of the object. The object is of openwork design in the Winchester style. The object is tongue shaped with three pairs of circular perforations symetrically spaced along it. Length 27.79mm. Width 20.16mm. Thickness 2.72mm, Weight 4.3g.
Created on: Wednesday 1st May 2019
Last updated: Tuesday 7th May 2019
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Record ID: PUBLIC-9B2F55
Object type: ROTARY KEY
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Suffolk
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Large Medieval cast copper alloy rotary key, probably originally for a door or large chest. An oval shaped openwork bow with a suspension loop on the top of the bow, into which remains a copper alloy oval ring for hanging onto a belt or key ring. There are two symmetrical knops within the bow with incised decoration on. There is a small collar at the junction of the bow and the shaft, with the remains of incised decoration. A rectangular bit with three clefts; solid shank with bored end. The bit also has some incised decoration. The shank widens from the bow towards the bit but without…
Created on: Wednesday 1st May 2019
Last updated: Tuesday 7th May 2019
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Record ID: PUBLIC-9A26E4
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Suffolk
Workflow stage: Published Find published
A copper-alloy Roman nummus of Constantine I (AD 306-337), dating to the period AD 319-320 (Reece period 16). VIRTVS-EXERCIT reverse type depicting a Standard inscribed VOT/XX, captive on the ground to either side. Mint of Ticinum. As RIC VII, p. 376, no.114.
Created on: Wednesday 1st May 2019
Last updated: Tuesday 7th May 2019
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Record ID: PUBLIC-8766BF
Object type: COIN
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Suffolk
Workflow stage: Published Find published
An Iron Age gold quarter stater of the North Thames region / Trinovantes, attributed to Addedomaros, dating to the period c.45-25 BC, Addedomaros Flower type. Obverse: Flower of seven petals around a ring, a single pellet between each, on a plain field. Reverse: Horse right with pellet in ring motifs above, below and in front. As ABC no. 2526, BMC no. 2416. Measurements :- Diameter 12.61mm, thickness 1.18mm weight 1.5g
Created on: Thursday 18th April 2019
Last updated: Tuesday 14th May 2019
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Record ID: PUBLIC-C694D8
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Suffolk
Workflow stage: Published Find published
A copper-alloy Roman sestertius of Claudius (AD 41-54), dating to c.AD 41-54 (Reece Period 2). Reverse: SPES AVGVSTA, Spes advancing left, holding flower and raising skirt. SC in exergue. Mint of Rome. As RIC I (2nd ed.), p. 128, no. 99 . Diameter: 30.86 mm Thickness: 2.36 mm Weight: 13.8 g
Created on: Thursday 7th February 2019
Last updated: Friday 8th February 2019
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Record ID: PUBLIC-97B30A
Object type: HARNESS PENDANT
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Suffolk
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A complete horse harness pendant of Roman date 43AD - 300AD. The pendant is of the drop form type and consists of a suspension loop that is attached to a tube shaped section that tapers towards the termination. Halfway down this section the pendant has a slightly widened waist. The terminal is arrowhead shaped or possibly phallic. The object is dark green in colour and is well preserved. The pendant measures 31.61mm in length, 4.5mm wide and weighs 2.0g. These type of pendant were attached to the end of straps running down from the harness. Similar examples are shown in the book - Rom…
Created on: Saturday 24th November 2018
Last updated: Friday 8th February 2019
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Record ID: PUBLIC-7F2E83
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Suffolk
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A fragment originating from a large Roman ceramic greyware vessel (possibly a storage jar) dating from AD 43 - 410. The fragment is a base sherd with a small extension of one side of the vessel and is of mid grey colour showing flint inclusions. The sherd is 68.24mm long, 33.27mm wide, 13.64mm thick ( average ) and weighs 60.6 grams.
Created on: Friday 23rd November 2018
Last updated: Friday 8th February 2019
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Record ID: PUBLIC-7EDBC6
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Suffolk
Workflow stage: Published Find published
A rim sherd of a wheel-thrown ceramic Black Burnished Ware (Type BB2) jar or bowl of Roman date, circa AD120 - 250. The fabric is dark blackish-grey in colour with a hard and gritty texture and black burnished outer surface. Abundant inclusions of mica are present giving a speckled appearance within the fabric. The fragment has a thick beaded rim. The fragment is 113.2mm long, 41.39mm wide, Rim 14.27mm thick, body 5.51mm thick, and weighs 52.7g. Overall diameter: 18cm (projected using rim chart); approx.20% of rim remaining. BB2 wares were produced at sites around the Thames estuary…
Created on: Friday 23rd November 2018
Last updated: Monday 26th November 2018
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Record ID: PUBLIC-6D577B
Object type: MORTARIUM
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Suffolk
Workflow stage: Published Find published
A fragment of a Roman Mortaria made from Oxford colour coated ware , dating to the period AD 50- 410. The fragment is broadly triangular in shape and includes part of the foot ring, a low pedestal-like ring formed on the base of a vessel to enable it to stand more securely. The fabric is a sandy orange colour on either side with the original grey colour still clearly visible in the centre of the cross-section. The fragment has small to medium inclusions of quartzite, on what would have been the interior of the mortaria only. The fragment measures 73.45mm in width, 42.64 high, and is 6.…
Created on: Thursday 22nd November 2018
Last updated: Monday 26th November 2018
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Record ID: PUBLIC-6C9AED
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Essex
Workflow stage: Published Find published
A rim sherd of a wheel thrown Roman ceramic vessel, dating from the third to fourth century AD. The sherd is part of a shallow flanged dish. The fabric is a fine, slightly sandy clay, fully oxidised resulting in an orangey-red colour, characteristic of Oxford Colour Coated Ware. The grey core is very clearly visible at the broken ends of the sherd. The fabric is hard, but the surface has a soft and powdery feel. The Oxford region was producing this type of pottery between c. AD 240-350. The sherd measures :- Length 68.2mm, Height 28.55 and thickness 9.15mm at the rim and 27.18mm at t…
Created on: Thursday 22nd November 2018
Last updated: Monday 26th November 2018
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Record ID: PUBLIC-C59823
Object type: QUERN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Suffolk
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A fragment of a rotary quern of probable Roman date. Made from medium to fine grain sandstone with evidence of fine inclusions. The fragment is part of the lower half of the quern and does not extend to the middle hole, so the dimensions of the entire stone are uncertain. The quern stone is flat on the lower side with a convex rounded edge with the lower facebeing wider than the inner side. The upper surface has a groove of approximately 40mm wide extending to the outer edge, presumably to allow the flow of ground flour. The surviving edge is dressed. It is 150mm long, and a maximum o…
Created on: Wednesday 14th November 2018
Last updated: Friday 1st March 2019
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Record ID: PUBLIC-25AE1A
Object type: COIN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Essex
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A silver hammered penny of the English Commonwealth/Protectorate dating from c. 1649-1660. Obverse: shield of St George within a wreath formed with a palm and laurel branch. Reverse: conjoined shields of St George and Ireland, with the value I above. North 2729.
Created on: Friday 7th September 2018
Last updated: Saturday 22nd September 2018
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Record ID: PUBLIC-24F4F2
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Suffolk
Workflow stage: Published Find published
An unclipped silver Roman siliqua of Magnus Maximus (AD 383-388), dating to the period c.AD 383-388 (Reece period 20). VIRTVS RO-MANORVM reverse type depicting Victory seated, holding Victory on globe and spear. Mint of Trier. As Hoxne no. 518; RIC IX, p. 29, no. 84b. There is a small hairline fracture on obverse extends from bottom edge of coin to the centre. Obverse: D N MAG MAX-IMVS P F AVG, pearl-diademed,draped, and cuirassed bust right. Reverse: VIRTVS RO-MANORVM, Roma seated left,with spear in left hand,and Victory on globe in right hand.
Created on: Friday 7th September 2018
Last updated: Thursday 25th October 2018
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Record ID: PUBLIC-D0C2AD
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Essex
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A base and side sherd of a wheel thrown Roman ceramic vessel, dating from the third to fourth century AD. The fragment is possibly from a flagon, demonstrating prominent rilling marks on the inside of the vessel. The fabric is a fine, slightly sandy clay (fully oxidised), resulting in an orangey-red colour, characteristic of Oxford Colour Coated Ware. The grey core is clearly visible in places in the broken sections of the sherd. The fabric is hard, but the surface has a soft and powdery feel. The Oxford region was producing this type of pottery between c. AD 240-350. The sherd measur…
Created on: Monday 3rd September 2018
Last updated: Friday 8th February 2019
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Record ID: PUBLIC-D0AB36
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Essex
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A rimsherd of a wheel thrown Roman ceramic vessel, dating from the third to fourth century AD. The fragment is part of a flanged bowl. The fabric is a fine, slightly sandy clay, fully oxidised resulting in an orangey-red colour, characteristic of Oxford Colour Coated Ware. The grey core is very clearly visible at the broken ends of the sherd. The fabric is hard, but the surface has a soft and powdery feel. There is a small scorch mark on the outer surface of the sherd just below the flange. The Oxford region was producing this type of pottery between c. AD 240-350. The sherd measures …
Created on: Monday 3rd September 2018
Last updated: Friday 8th February 2019
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Record ID: PUBLIC-D0579C
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Essex
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A rimsherd of a wheel thrown Roman ceramic vessel, dating from the third to fourth century AD. The fragment is part of a flanged bowl. The fabric is a fine, slightly sandy clay, fully oxidised resulting in an orangey-red colour, characteristic of Oxford Colour Coated Ware. There are signs of a grey core in places. Small areas of the red coat survive on both sides of the sherd under the rims. The fabric is hard, but the surface has a soft and powdery feel. The Oxford region was producing this type of pottery between c. AD 240-350. The sherd measures :- Length 45.08mm, Height 27.13 and …
Created on: Monday 3rd September 2018
Last updated: Friday 8th February 2019
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Record ID: PUBLIC-80637A
Object type: COIN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Suffolk
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
Silver half groat of James I (1603-1625). First coinage 1604-5. Obverse: first bust, II behind head, Lis mint mark. Reverse: shield. The coin measures 17.5mm diameter, 0.61mm thick and weighs 0.9g As Spink 2649.
Created on: Thursday 30th August 2018
Last updated: Friday 8th February 2019
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Record ID: PUBLIC-801F3D
Object type: WEIGHT
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Suffolk
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A conical lead alloy weight, with the broken remains of a hole at the apex, presumably for hanging. The weight is conical and measures 49.9mm in height, has a basal diameter of 38.52mm and weighs 236.6g. The base is slightly concave with a small depression at the centre. There are no marking or designs on the weight, but it is somewhat scarred from damage probably sustained after deposition. It has a mid grey patina with some light brown patches. Such weights are very difficult to date accurately and could be from Roman to Post Medieval periods, 43AD - 1700AD
Created on: Thursday 30th August 2018
Last updated: Friday 8th February 2019
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Record ID: PUBLIC-7FA4C4
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Suffolk
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A very worn and clipped silver hammered penny of Edward IV's first reign dating c. AD 1461 - 1470. Type uncertain due to wear, initial mark uncertain, mint of Durham.
Created on: Thursday 30th August 2018
Last updated: Friday 8th February 2019
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