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     Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 6  1866  page 157

  ACCOUNT OF THE SOCIETY'S RESEARCHES IN THE SAXON CEMETERY AT SARR (SARRE) Part 2
By JOHN BRENT, JUN., F.S.A.
(Continued from Vol. V p. 320.)
The researches at Sarre were continued on the 23rd September, 1863, 
almost daily, until the 17th December of the same year.

 

No. V.—This grave contained no relics.

No. VI.—Near the feet, and about two feet three inches from the surface, was a small black earthen vessel: on the left side lay a broken umbo, and near it, all together, as if the contents of a bag or purse which had decayed, about fifty small circular counters of bone or ivory, one or two apparently made out of some animal’s teeth. A sword, thirty-seven inches long; a spear-head, eight inches and a quarter, and its ferule; a small brass


BONE DRAUGHTSMEN.
1 and 2, specimens of marked men; 3, conical; 4, one of the most ordinary kind: 5, made from a tooth, the under surface with granulation shewn below.

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