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    • IdentifierID: PAS4DD3D3E8001137
    • Primary material: Ceramic

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Record ID: PUBLIC-0E6A93
Object type: TILE
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Neath Port Talbot
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Medieval floor tile fragment probably of 14th century date The fragment is a corner from a square tile with straight sides (with a surviving length of 97.5mm, a surviving width of 75.6mm, a thickness of 23.8mm and a weight of 227.8g). The corner of the tile has two-colour decoration, with the white clay slip applied with a 'slip-on-impression' technique (approximately 1mm deep). The surviving decoration forms a white cross with expanded terminals, probably forming a grid with cusped quatrefoil openings set squarely against a black background. A white swirl in the corner of the t…
Created on: Tuesday 9th August 2011
Last updated: Wednesday 10th August 2011
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Record ID: PUBLIC-6D0474
Object type: SPINDLE WHORL
Broad period: UNKNOWN
County: the Vale of Glamorgan
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Ceramic spindle whorl of uncertain date, probably Roman to Medieval .The spindle-whorl is near circular (with a diameter of 34.4mm) and of sub-rectangular section (with a thickness of 9.3mm) with some damage to the edge. There is slight curvature on both faces (one face is convex and the other concave), suggesting the spindle-whorl is made on a body sherd of a large vessel. The central aperture is circular with parallel straight sides (8.0mm). The pottery fabric is well fired and coarse with quartz inclusions. The pottery may be of Roman or medieval date. The whorl has a weight o…
Created on: Friday 8th July 2011
Last updated: Friday 8th July 2011
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Record ID: PUBLIC-8C7E56
Object type: PIPE (SMOKING)
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Pembrokeshire
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Post medieval clay pipe of late 17th to early 18th century date, probably dating to between 1680 and 1720 The pipe is incomplete, missing the end of the stem (with a surviving length of 104.4mm and a weight of 16.1g). The bowl is undecorated and has an oval mouth (18.0mm x 15.9mm). The mid-section of the bowl has the characteristic swelling for bowls of this date and angle. A maker's mark is stamped at the base of the oval rest: PE BRO (BXO?) .AR. The beginning of the stem is decorated with three impressed intermittent bands. The stem gradually narrows to the break (with a d…
Created on: Wednesday 15th June 2011
Last updated: Tuesday 13th September 2011
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Record ID: PUBLIC-888737
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: the Vale of Glamorgan
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Iron Age pottery sherd, probably of Middle to late Iron Age, c. 3rd century BC to 1st century AD The fragment is an abraded body sherd (29mm long, 27mm wide and with a weight of 5.9g) from a straight-sided and thin-walled (5.5mm) vessel. The sherd thins at one end, possibly indicating the base of the neck of the vessel. The fabric is tempered with shell and limestone, with rounded quartz and occasional grog inclusions.
Created on: Wednesday 15th June 2011
Last updated: Wednesday 15th June 2011
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Record ID: PUBLIC-0E1D41
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Monmouthshire
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Post Medieval pottery vessel fragment The pottery sherd is a neck fragment from a large salt-glazed stoneware jug of Bartmann (or Beaded-Man) type, sometimes referred to as Bellarmine jugs. The fragment comprises the circular mouth (with a diameter of 56.1mm and an internal diameter of 35.7mm), the neck and handle, and has broken above the globular body (with a surviving height of 126mm, a maximum surviving width of 101.7mm, a surviving depth of 142.4mm and a weight of 436.1g). The mouth has a series of external mouldings; the lower mouldings have been lost where the handle has been…
Created on: Thursday 9th June 2011
Last updated: Tuesday 13th September 2011
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