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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 69  1955  page 29

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

of the coffin could be traced by discoloration of the grave fill; the powdery remains of the base and lid could 
also be traced. The coffin had been banked up on all sides by chalk lumps after it had been placed in the grave.

FIG. 11.
1. Underside of the junction of handle and bowl of the silver spoon, grave 44 ; 
            2. Melon bead, grave 44 ; 3. Bronze staples, grave 37 ; 4. Representation of 
                    the pattern formed by the upper surface of a fragment of gold braid, grave 44.

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