ACCOUNT OF THE SOCIETY'S RESEARCHES IN THE SAXON CEMETERY AT
SARR(SARRE) Part 3
No. CCV.—A child’s grave. A small knife-blade, two inches and
three-quarters long, lay by the left shoulder.
CCIX.—A spear-head; a portion of an iron ring; a knife and a small
iron buckle. At the foot, a narrow-necked earthen vessel.
another child were also found in this grave.
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