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     Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 5  1863  page 312

By JOHN BRENT, JUN., F.S.A.  continued

At the head was a glass vessel of delicate material (Plate III.). By the left side lay a large knife, much resembling one found in the grave by the Windmill, in 1860, which for some time was considered a sword; and near it a smaller knife, of the size and shape commonly found in these graves, but surrounded by the remains of a sheath, and having the blade ornamented  with a small crosswise diapered pattern. Two iron keys were near, the suspending ring to one of which is bronze, that to the other of iron; and a pair of shears,

Iron Keys (half-size). Shears (half-size).

Page 312  (This page prepared for the Website by Christine Pantrey)             

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