Category:England, South Yorkshire: Adwick-le-Street
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|England, South Yorkshire: Adwick-le-Street|
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- Status- Accepted
- Type- Burial
- Find date- Excavated in 2001
- Bodies- Female skeleton
- Dated to- C9th
- Museum- Doncaster Museum
- Grave goods
- Copper-alloy Bowl
- Pair of non-identical oval brooches. Both Petersen type P37.
- Hangerock. Textile remains preserved on the rears of the oval brooches and on the knife have been identified as z-spun tabby weave made from plant fibre (linen). In addition a number of thin linen strips (4mm wide) were found around the pins of the brooches. It appears that there was a pair of loops at the base of the brooch and a single loop at the top.
- Iron key; iron knife
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