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

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Metal hook. Small flat metal band bent into a U-shape. Rivet at one end. Possibly for holding the strap of a back pack. Ferrous …

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Metal eyelet with greenish oxidation and some canvas remains around the edges. Dimensions: 1.2cm diameter at the outer edge; …

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Wire handle. Possibly for box, tin or lantern. Basin shaped but slightly distorted. Ferrous oxidation. Surface find ten metres …

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Hoe blade. Slightly curved, flat metal object that is thicker, and narrower at one end (1.8cm thick) and broader and thinner …

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Circular metal disc with ferrous oxidation. Intensive survey on 25/9/2013 - systematic intensive fieldwalking.

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Screw. Metal with a thick head, short screw. Head 1.5cm diameter x 4cm long overall. Found in the eroded side of trench F949.

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Thick metal band. Ferrous oxidation. Possibly a fastening which would have been fixed around a wooden box.

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Metal bands x 2. Possibly fasteners for a wooden box. Holes punctured into band at regular intervals (l. 13). Located in …

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