Antler Cone

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Date:Not Recorded

Description:The use of this antler cone is uncertain. It may have been a pendant. Alternatively, it could have been a symbolic amulet, perhaps to encourage fertility, or even a miniature drinking horn.

AD 410 - AD 600


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6010s
Spearhead
Spearhead

A leaf-shaped iron spearhead. There are traces of its wooden shaft preserved in ...

8010s
Bronze strap-end
Bronze strap-end

A bronze strap-end. This would have been attached to a leather strap that was used ...

1800s
Cut-throat razor
Cut-throat razor

19th century cut-throat razor with traces of bone handle. AD 1801 - AD 1900

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Source: Warwickshire Museums

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