Flint arrowhead
Early Bronze Age barbed-and-tanged arrowhead from near Naunton, Gloucestershire. (32 x 25mm)
1941.156
Macehead
About half of a Neolithic or Bronze Age "Thames Pestle" type macehead found at Eycot Wood, Gloucestershire. Made from a polished Cornish greenstone (Group I). (45 x 57mm)
1945.36
Pottery Beaker
Early Bronze Age Beaker with geometric decoration, from a gravel pit, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire. (height 120mm)
1937.64
Pottery Beaker
Early Bronze Age Beaker with geometric decoration, from a burial found in January 1927, at Barnwood, Gloucestershire. (173 x 130mm)
1969.74.2
Bronze axehead
Early Bronze Age flat axe made of copper alloy, with incised decoration on both sides. Found in Kilcot Wood, Newent, Gloucestershire, about 1854. (123 x 79mm)
1930.3
Stone adze
Bronze Age shaft-hole adze made from sandstone and perforated in the centre. Found during wood-clearing near Half-moon Lodge, between Snowshill and Cutsdean, Gloucestershire, June 1943. (103 x 61mm)
1948.12
Pottery urn
Bronze Age Collared Urn complete with cremation of a young woman. From a gravel pit near the Fosse Way, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire. (height 165mm)
1936.2
Pottery urn
Bronze Age Collared Urn with impressed decoration. Contains a cremation of a young woman. From the George Young gravel pit near Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire. (height 150mm)
1936.27
Pottery urn
Bronze Age urn decorated with a line of decoration created by finger nail impressions. From Slade Farm Quarry, Hawling, Gloucestershire. (96 x 96mm)
1933.34
Bronze axehead
Late Bronze age socketed axehead made of copper alloy. The casting lines and excess metal are still clearly visible on the axe. One of a hoard of 8 similar ones found after ploughing, near Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire, in 1907. (114 x 58mm)
1926.26.32
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