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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 69  1955  page 19

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

length, left hand over left thigh; skeleton in good condition; 101 deg.; 1 ft. 10 in. deep.

   Finds. A bronze annular brooch (Fig. 6, No. 2) at the left shoulder. The brooch has ribbed decoration.


Fig. 7 Bronze Penannular brooch, grave 10.

A bronze plate brooch (Fig. 6, No. 6) with coiled bronze spring and pin at the right shoulder. The catch-plate and spring fastening rivets are visible on the surface of the brooch, but there is no indication of what may have

covered the surface originally.
   GRAVE 26. A young person, sex unknown; 15 years of age; supine.

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