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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 7  1868  page 307

ACCOUNT OF THE SOCIETY'S RESEARCHES IN THE SAXON CEMETERY AT SARR(SARRE) Part 3

Concluded from Vol 6 page 185
[Recommenced August 22nd, finally concluded November 4th 1864]

No. CLXXX V.—An ornamented bronze buckle, two inches and a half in length; a smaller bronze buckle, and a knife. An umbo lay edgewise by the left shoulder, and under it a spear-head.
No. CLXXXVI.—A small oblique grave, disturbed, and with the bones much displaced. An iron buckle, and a small substance resembling resin.

No. CLXXXVI.—A small oblique grave, disturbed, and with the bones much displaced. An iron buckle, and a small substance resembling resin.
No. CLXXXVII.— A woman’s grave. At the feet were small cylindrical bronze fragments, portions apparently of hinges,— some with wood adhering; a small spring, and some bronze tags. Fragments of keys, by the left side, as usual; a small knife, broken; and a curious furciform object in bronze, about two inches and a half long,—probably a holder, which had been

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