ACCOUNT OF THE SOCIETY'S RESEARCHES IN THE SAXON CEMETERY AT
SARR (SARRE) Part 3
No. CCLIV.- An oblique grave. A fragment of iron only.
CCLIX.—At the feet, a bronze stud or button, and some iron nails.
Towards the knee a small iron pot, about three inches in length, and
containing some remains of melted bronze,—perhaps the crucible of an
artisan; or possibly a bell (Plate XI.).
Near it lay a
hone or knife-stone, exactly resembling some in modern use, and made of
the same Turkish stone. Also a clench-bolt, an iron staple, and three
and a small circular fibula beside it; nearer the head, a still smaller fibula. A bronze ornament
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