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     Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 6  1866  page 185

  ACCOUNT OF THE SOCIETY'S RESEARCHES IN THE SAXON CEMETERY AT SARR (SARRE) Part 2

wolf; the soil about it was pulverized and black from the action of fire.
No. CLXXXII.—Perhaps a woman’s grave. A bronze ring, and some small iron keys much broken.
No. CLXXXIII.—A woman’s grave. Oniy some keys, broken and much corroded. The keys and the knives are generally found made of iron much inferior to that used for the swords and spear-heads.

The examination of Grave No. CLXXXIII. concluded our researches for this year.

It is hoped to give in our next volume, in which Mr. Brent will conclude his valuable narrative, plates containing specimens of the swords and other iron implements, the pottery, and the beads discovered during these excavations.—T. G. F.]

Report continued in Vol. 7 1868 pages 307 to 321

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