ACCOUNT OF THE SOCIETY'S RESEARCHES IN THE SAXON CEMETERY AT
SARR (SARRE) Part 3
much corroded, with thin edgings of gold. Traces of a bier or coffin were
No. CCXXXIV.—A deep and irregular grave. No relics.
No. CCXXXV.—Two large iron clamps or rivets; a broken knife and traces of burnt wood.
No. CCXXXVI.—A woman’s or girl’s grave. Three knives and four beads of common types.
No. CCXXXVII.—A fine spear-head, vertically placed in the upper soil; a long knife, a broken umbo, some shield studs, and an iron buckle.
No. CCXXXVIII.—A spear-head vertically placed, as in the last grave, in the upper soil; an arrangement evidently designed, but for what object is not apparent. Three beads, a small bronze buckle, iron rivets, and a peculiar object in iron, about six inches and a half long; the remains of keys or spears, much corroded, a foreign
the Cyprea Arabica, some broken mussel-shells, and a very small
fragment of deep violet glass.
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