Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 6 1866 page 174
ACCOUNT OF THE SOCIETY'S RESEARCHES IN THE SAXON CEMETERY AT
SARR (SARRE) Part 2
No. XCII.—A child’s grave. A broken umbo, and a single bead.
In this grave were also a few small pieces of gold braid, like those in Nos. IV. and XC. A small belemnite artificially sharpened at one end,1 a key, and a knife.
Nos. XCV., XCV1.—Graves of women. Fragments of knives and keys, and in the latter grave a necklace of ten beads, one of which was treble, one of blue glass, four of clay, and one white and cylindrical
1 Douglas, ‘Nenia Britannica,’ p. 158, mentions belemnites found in a British grave, and supposed to have been used as arrow-heads.
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