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Record ID: NMS-436B6C
Object type: BRACELET
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Wiltshire
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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: SF-413771
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Suffolk
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A copper alloy posr-medieval cooking vessel leg, probably from a cauldron or skillet. The leg is 'hoof-shaped', with a flat reverse. The outer face is pointed at the base and decorated with a fainty rounded, raised transverse band just below the break. Any further detail is difficult to make out as they leg is very worn and in poor condition. The base of the leg is well rounded due to wear and all faces are sooted. Butler et al. (2009, 4-6) suggest that this type of foot was in use by the 16th century and became the typical form in use during the 17th century Length: 36.48mm, width:…
Created on: Wednesday 1st July 2015
Last updated: Wednesday 1st July 2015
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'Blundeston', grid reference and parish protected.


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Record ID: NMS-41327A
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Wiltshire
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Copper alloy Iron Age Aucissa brooch. The forward rolled head has significant iron corrosion in the loop probably from the axis bar holding the remnant of the hinged pin. The deeply arched bow has a D-shaped section with a wide mid-rib flanked by moulded or die wrought flanges. Towards the foot the bow narrows and straightens to form the catchplate, the end of which is damaged and shows no evidence of an attached knop. Circa 75-25 BC (Mackreth vol1 p130).
Created on: Wednesday 1st July 2015
Last updated: Wednesday 1st July 2015
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Record ID: SF-412129
Object type: METAL WORKING DEBRIS
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Suffolk
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Three fragments of copper alloy metalworking debris. Fragments such as these offer few clues about date, but indicate that metalworking may have been occurring on the site at some point between the Bronze Age and relatively recent times 1. Length: 35.80mm, width: 29.06mm, thickness: 10.90mm, weight: 24.04g 2. Length: 29.33mm, width: 14.56mm, thickness: 8.95mm, weight: 11.60g 3. Length: 22.56mm, width: 18.74mm, thickness: 11.96mm, weight: 9.47g
Created on: Wednesday 1st July 2015
Last updated: Wednesday 1st July 2015
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'Blundeston', grid reference and parish protected.


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Record ID: SWYOR-40BC33
Object type: DRESS HOOK
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy Post Medieval cap-hook dating from AD 1500 - 1700. It has a sheet plate head which is triangular with a scalloped or notched edge and which is decorated with very fine punched or rouletted marks forming lines. The overall design is not clear. The plate has suffered damage and is bent. In the centre of the reverse is riveted (with a copper alloy rivet) a single S-shaped sharp wire hook. The riveted end is flattened, but the rest is circular in section and tapers to the point. The hook has a dark green patina. It is 25.1mm long, 16.8mm wide and 10.2mm thick. 3.4g. Compare…
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Record ID: NMS-409E69
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Norfolk
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Fragment of a handle of Roman translucent blue-green glass broken at both ends and longitudinally. The extant edge is concave and the front face is grooved. Probably from a bottle. Weight 5g. 2nd century.
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Record ID: SWYOR-406F5B
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy Roman coin; a nummus probably of the House of Valentinian dating from AD 364 - 378 (Reece Period 19). Probably SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE reverse type depicting Victory advancing left holding wreath and palm. The coin is 17mm diameter, 1.3mm thick and 1.63. It is very worn.
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Record ID: NMS-406140
Object type: POT
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Norfolk
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Fifteen sherds of Roman pottery, weight 55g, mid 1st - 4th century, weight 325g: - two bowl rim Central Gaulish samian, form 27 Les Martres-de-Veyre, form 31 Lezoux, weight 36g. - thirteen greyware and reduced (perhaps Nar Valley) ware, two jar rim, one large platter rim, five basal, and five body, weight 289g.
Created on: Wednesday 1st July 2015
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Record ID: SWYOR-403855
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Nottinghamshire
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A copper alloy Roman coin; a nummus probably of Constans (AD 333 - 350) dating from AD 347 - 348 (Reece Period 17). VICTORAE DD AVGGQ NN reverse type depicting two Victories holding wreaths and facing each other. Mint of Arles. Compare number 457 on page 12 of LRBC. The coin is 14.1mm diameter, 1.1mm thick and 1.05g.
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Record ID: NMS-401E1B
Object type: POT
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Norfolk
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Four body sherds of Late Iron Age or Early Roman pottery, hand built, smoothed, three reduced with one or both surfaces oxidised, one oxidised with grey surfaces, weight 55g. 1st century.
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Record ID: BM-40198C
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Hertfordshire
Workflow stage: Published Find published
Copper alloy nummus of Constantine I (AD 306-337), dating to c. AD 313-318 (Reece Period 15). Reverse: SOLI INVICTO COMITI. Uncertain mint.
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Record ID: BM-40111A
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Hertfordshire
Workflow stage: Published Find published
Copper alloy nummus of Constantine I (AD 306-337), dating to c. AD 313-318 (Reece Period 15). Reverse: SOLI INVICTO COMITI. Uncertain mint.
Created on: Wednesday 1st July 2015
Last updated: Wednesday 1st July 2015
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'Aldenham region', grid reference and parish protected.


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Record ID: BM-3FD417
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Hertfordshire
Workflow stage: Published Find published
Copper alloy nummus of Constantine I (AD 306-337), dating to c. AD 310 (Reece Period 15). Reverse: SOLI INVICTO COMITI. Mint of London. RIC VI, p. 133, no. 121a.
Created on: Wednesday 1st July 2015
Last updated: Wednesday 1st July 2015
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Record ID: NMS-3FBD91
Object type: TAP
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Norfolk
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Incomplete upper part of a post-medieval copper alloy tap key, a bifurcated handle only with its ends missing. In it complete state it would have been similar to an example from Norwich (Mareson 1993, no. 932). Extant length of handle 45mm. Thickness 9.2mm. 17th century.
Created on: Wednesday 1st July 2015
Last updated: Wednesday 1st July 2015
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Record ID: WMID-3FB77A
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Shropshire
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An incomplete copper alloy Colchester derivative (Polden Hill) brooch of Roman date (AD 75 to AD 175). Approximately 50% of the brooch is present, with the spring, pin, foot and catchplate missing. In plan, the brooch is almost T-shaped, and D-shaped in cross section. The bow head is hump-like, and angular (comma shaped) in profile, with cylindral wings projecting from either side at the top. The back of the brooch is undecorated. A cylindrical groove is present behind the wings, this would have originally held the spring. Part of the clay casting core is visible on the reverse of th…
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Record ID: BM-3FAFBF
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Hertfordshire
Workflow stage: Published Find published
Copper alloy nummus of Licinius I (AD 308-324), dating to c. AD 313-314 (Reece Period 15). Reverse: GENIO POP ROM. Mint of London. RIC VII, p. 97, no. 3.
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Last updated: Wednesday 1st July 2015
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Record ID: WMID-3FA514
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Shropshire
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An incomplete copper alloy Colchester derivative (Polden Hill) brooch of Roman date (AD 75 to AD 175). Approximately 50% of the brooch is present, with the spring, pin, foot missing and the catch plate incomplete. In plan, the brooch is almost T-shaped, and D-shaped in cross section. The bow head is hump-like, and angular (comma shaped) in profile, with cylindral wings projecting from either side at the top. The base of a rearward facing hook is present at the top of bow, this would have held part of the spring. A double vertical ridge is present on the bow as decoration. A ridge is …
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Record ID: NMS-3F97A9
Object type: SPINDLE WHORL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Norfolk
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Medieval lead spindle whorl, biconical with relief decoration on both faces. Seven radial ribs divide groups of three to sevwen pellets. Diameter 30mm. Thickness 15mm. Hole diameter 10mm. Weight 47.47g. Similar to an example from Meols (Griffiths et al. 2007, no. 2188) and one from an early 16th-cent. context at the Augustinian Friary, Leicester, complete with its wooden spindle (Mellor and Pierce 1981, 139-40, fig.51 no.71). It is possible that the object was residual, but it is unlikely to have been very ancient when deposited in the context, in view of its completeness. 15th - early…
Created on: Wednesday 1st July 2015
Last updated: Wednesday 1st July 2015
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Record ID: LIN-3F8DAD
Object type: SHOT
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Nottinghamshire
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A post Medieval lead casting strip with three spherical shot (musket balls) still attached. The strip is flat and sub-rectangular with three projecting runs, each one of which terminats with a ball. Each ball measures circa 4.5mm in diameter. Once the lead was hardened the balls would have been clipped off and cleaned ready for use (e.g. Courtney 1988, 3; fig. 5). Although usually termed 'musket balls' the shot may have been used with other weapons and therefore the term lead shot is usually preferred. The shot has been dated c.1600-1800 in line with the basic usage period for this …
Created on: Wednesday 1st July 2015
Last updated: Wednesday 1st July 2015
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Record ID: NMS-3F852B
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Wiltshire
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Silver halfgroat of Henry VII. Obverse; Double arched crowned bust facing within eight-arched tressure, h[ENR]IC DI GRA[...]. Reverse; Long cross, inner circle with three pellets in each quarter. Inner legend CIVI/TAS/CAN/TOR, outer legend POSVI DEV ADIVTOR[...] Class IIIc. Initial mark tun. Canterbury mint. North 1712. Circa 1486-1504 AD.
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Last updated: Wednesday 1st July 2015
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