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Artefact Utility item

Nail, metal, with rectangular cross-section, a flattened head and slightly pointed end. Dimensions: 6.5cm long x 0.6cm wide; …

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Artefact Metal container

Metal food can. Bully beef tin. Intact base/top. Circular impression evident in base/top. Located near strategic position …

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Artefact Ordnance

Magazine clips fragments x 3. Additional measurements - (1) w. 1.4; l.6.0 (2) w. 1.5; l. 4.1 (3) w. 1.4; l.2.3

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Artefact Barbed wire

Single-strand helix. German type. 10 barbs concentrated at one end, 1.8- 2cm long barbs. Closely spaced, c. 0.8cm between …

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Artefact Ceramic sherd

Ceramic sherd. Part of a scatter of surface finds on modern dirt track/road from Lone Pine cemetery down to the well F656. …

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Artefact Metal fragment

Flat metal band or strip with faint striations or rifling lines. There were also some small metal fragments. Dimensions: …

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Artefact Ordnance

Bullet, unexpended and intact. There is greenish-white oxidation on the cartridge case and ferrous corrosion on the bullet …

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Artefact Utility item

Metal sieve. Lower half of a large bucket or water container or colander with handmade perforations. Container with sheet …

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Artefact Glass fragment

Bottle glass, dark brown, thick, curved, x 6 sherds. Including parts of base and a sherd with moulded raised lettering: "...EN..." …

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Artefact Barbed wire

Barbed wire. Double-strand helix. 4 barbs evenly spaced 8.2cm apart. British type. Found with other barbed wire segments …

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