Anzac Gallipoli Archaeology Database

Artefact Glass fragment
Feature ID:
860
Artefact No.:
861
Glass fragment
Survey Date:
23 September 2013
No.3 Outpost
Period:
c.1915
ANZAC
Deployed By:
ANZAC
Length (cm):
8.6
Width (cm):
Preservation:
Associated Feature:
860
Glass
Photographed:
Yes
Description:
Glass sherds x 95 from a single bottle. Dark green, clear glass with no opalisation and very clean breaks. The fragments vary in thickness. The bottle neck and rim shards are more intact than the body and base sherds. The neck was bulged or bulbous and the body was a cylinder style. A liquor or alcohol bottle typical of UK styles. Part of artefact scatter F860 A860 including artefacts A860.1 - A860.7, A861, A862, A863, A864. Additional measurements - diam. 4.6 (neck); dia. 2.8 (throat); dia. 2.8 (outside of rim); dia. 1.9 (inside of rim). Weight of all sherds was 54.2 grams. Part of artefact scatter F860 A860 including artefacts A860.1 - A860.7, A861, A862, A863, A864.

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