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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 69  1955  page 10

THE JUTISH CEMETERY AT LYMINGE    By Alan Warhurst, B.A., A.M.A.

across the pelvis; 83 deg., 2ft. 5 in. deep; the body very much at one side of the grave.

   Finds. An iron spearhead (Fig. 4, No. 3) at the right hand side of the skull. The socket was in a fragmentary condition


Fig. 4. OBJECTS OF IRON (1/4)
1. Purse-mount, grave 22;  2. Purse-mount, grave 30 ;  3. Spearhead, grave 6 ;  4. Coffin plate 
and nails, grave 44 ;  5. Shield boss, grave 31 ;  6. Axe-head, grave 7 ;  7. Spearhead, 
grave 31 ;  8. Shield grip, grave 31 ; 9 and 9a. Shield-plate and bronze washer, grave 31.

   An iron knife at the right arm.
   A small bronze ring by the left leg.
   A fragmentary iron buckle at the waist.
   GRAVE 7. Sex and age of the skeleton unknown; only 

one bone part of a leg bone, was found in this grave, and the position of the finds in relation to the body can , therefore, only be estimated; 107 deg., 2ft. 1 in. deep.
   Finds. An iron knife at the left waist.

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