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Page 201 of 202 Results 2001 - 2010 of 2011

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Metal eyelet. Bronze/brass with some canvas fragments attached. Greenish oxidation. Found beside tunnel entrance (F808.2). …

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Wire fragment. Metal wire with ferrous oxidation. Found in an eroded area near Trench F884.

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Metal disc. A thin, flat, metal disc with roughly cut edges and ferrous oxidation. Found in an eroded area near Trench F884. …

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Metal cable hook. Metal wire with circular section (0.3cm diameter) with greenish oxidation with a small loop at one end …

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Cutlery. Metal spoon (or possibly a fork). A handle and a short section of the spoon blade with ferrous corrosion (red-brown …

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Three short segments of metal cables (A1153, F1014) corroded together (ferrous oxidation) or possibly joined together and …

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Metal loop. A long loop made from metal with a circular cross section (diameter 0.4cm). Dark green oxidation and corrosion. …

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Metal tool that was possibly the head of an entrenching/digging tool. Long and rectangular in section, 7.7 x 3.0cm, with …

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Long metal rod with circular cross-section and flattened metal ends. Ferrous oxidation. Dimensions: 44.5cm long x 2.5cm …

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Metal rod, short, with circular section and flattened ends. Heavily corroded (ferrous). Dimensions: 23.6cm long x 2.3cm diameter …

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