ACCOUNT OF THE SOCIETY'S RESEARCHES IN THE SAXON CEMETERY AT
SARR(SARRE) Part 3
two small spear-heads. The grave measured seven feet by four. The lower end
had been disturbed.
in the grave. The teeth those of a child or a very young person.
ivory or morse-tooth, sliced down at each end,—one about six inches long. I can form no idea of their use. Near the neck were some beads, as well as a bolt for a lock.
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