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Page 200 of 202 Results 1991 - 2000 of 2011

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Metal band. Long, sheet metal band with ferrous oxidation. One nail hole and one nail remnant in the band. Located on a steep …

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Hoe blade (or shpranel). Tapers to a thin blade. Curved. Thicker at one end. Ferrous corrosion. Thickness: 0.3cm thick at …

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Pliers/wire cutters. Ferrous oxidation. One arm remains intact, 16.1cm in length. The tool was fused in the open position, …

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Metal tool. Two-ended implement of unknown function with ferrous oxidation with some white corroded patches. The arm (2.0 …

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Long metal rod with a circular cross-section (2.6cm in diamter) and a pointed end (with diameter of 0.3cm). The bend in the …

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Metal rod with a circular cross-section, 2.3cm in diameter. It has a tapered, pointed end that is 1.6cm in diameter. The …

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A thin metal rod with a circular cross-section (0.9cm diameter) and bolts at either end. Ferrous oxidation. One bolt is hexagonal …

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A flat metal tool with a tapered, pointed tip at one end and a folded, blunt other end. The shaft is rectangular in cross-section …

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A short, straight metal stake that has a straight shaft with a square cross-section (1.5 x 1.5cm). The pointed end is 0.5 …

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Short metal stake. Shorter than other metal stake located nearby (A881.10). The shaft has a square section, 1.6 x 1.6cm. …

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