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A Roman greyware bottle from Lombard Street, London, dating from the Second Century. The bottle has a globular shaped body with a rimmed spout and one handle. It is made of a dark grey fabric and is complete ...

Bridge Spike - Roman

Wood and iron spike used to form the structure of a Roman bridge at Bidford on Avon, Warwickshire.

Bronze and iron rings

These rings may have been the closures for a cloth or leather bag placed at the Cunning Woman’s left hip. One ring is made of bronze, and the smaller ring is made of iron. The iron ring has corroded ...

Bronze Belt Clip

Such bronze clips were found in male burials at Bidford. This one was found in association with a shield decoration. 6th Century A.D. 76mm long 1922/23 excavations (Grave 33)

Bronze Bowl

Large bronze bowl, made from a single sheet of metal and with traces of the original iron suspension handle. The bowl was discovered resting on a piece of wood, over the skull of a warrior buried with ...

Bronze Coin

Bronze coin found at Tysoe Diameter 22mm The obverse features the bust of a man. The reverse features two standing figures.

Bronze cosmetic set

This cosmetic set consists of two points and one scoop suspended from a wire ring. The points would have been used as nail cleaners, or possibly toothpicks. The scoop would have been used for cleaning ...

Bronze cylinders

These small metal tubes were probably lace tags, from the ends of leather thongs, which may have fastened the bag containing the miniature buckets around the neck. AD 410 - AD 600

Bronze diamond-shaped brooch

The surface of this brooch has been coated with a white metal (perhaps tin) to make it look like silver. The pattern is made up of diamond shapes and was probably copied from designs on textiles imported ...

Bronze disc brooch – front

Bronze disc brooch with ring and dot decoration. AD 410 - AD 600

Bronze items including fastener

The pair of bronze fasteners (right) would have used to close the wrist openings of a long-sleeved under-dress. Both pairs found at Bidford were in female graves. 6th Century A.D. Left: 44mm Right: ...

Bronze Pendant

This pendant was found near the miniature bucket pendants. This type of disc-shaped pendant is sometimes found as an ornament on full-size bronze and wood buckets. It could have had a symbolic value. AD ...

Bronze Pin

Bronze breast pin with faceted head. 6th Century A.D. 155mm long 1922/23 excavations (Grave 28)

Bronze small-long brooch

Bronze small-long brooch with a cross potent head. AD 410 - AD 600

Bronze 'Spangle'

This small triangle of metal may have been part of a string of beads, and would have sparkled and jangled. AD 410 - AD 600

Bronze strap-end

A bronze strap-end. This would have been attached to a leather strap that was used as a belt. AD 801 - AD 900

Bronze strap-end

A bronze strap-end. This would have been attached to a leather strap that was used as a belt. AD 801 - AD 900

Bronze 'Stud'

This worn disc-headed bronze stud was old when it was placed into the bag at the Cunning Woman’s left hip. It may have been an heirloom or amulet. The other surface is plain. AD 410 - AD 600