Lead vessel
Late Romano-British ornamental water tank or cistern, one of a pair that were found in 1934 flattened and crumpled at Lansdown, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire. (diameter 880mm)
1934.23
Roman coins
A group of silver coins from a hoard of 54 siliquae from the reigns of the Emperor Constantine II and Julian II, minted between AD 356-63. The hoard was found near a burial discovered in digging the foundations for a new barn at Willersey, Gloucestershire on 24 June 1968. (diameter about 25mm)
1969.31
Buckle
Late Romano-British buckle of copper alloy. The loop is in the form of two outward-facing horses' heads. Possibly from Spoonley Wood, Gloucestershire. (34 x 29mm)
1970.49
Saucer brooch
Anglo-Saxon brooch of copper alloy with gilding, the reverse with remains of pin with leather and possibly textile. Found near left shoulder of an adult burial at Lower Farm, Bishop's Cleeve, Gloucestershire in July 1969. Dates to AD 525 to 600. (diameter 38mm)
1996.95.9
Saucer brooch
Anglo-Saxon brooch of copper alloy with gilding and central mount with glass setting and fields of stylised animal decoration. Found below the jaw of an adult female burial at Lower Farm, Bishop's Cleeve, Gloucestershire in 1969. Dates to AD 525 to 600. (diameter 48mm)
1996.95.10.1
Saucer brooch
Anglo-Saxon brooch of copper alloy with gilding and central mount with glass setting and fields of stylised animal decoration. Found above left shoulder of an adult female burial at Lower Farm, Bishop's Cleeve, Gloucestershire in 1969. Dates to AD 525 to 600. (diameter 47mm)
1996.95.10.2
Disc
Anglo-Saxon disc of gilt copper alloy decorated with highly stylised animals with triple strand bodies. Originally probably attached to a leather or wooden object, but found near jaw of an adult burial at Lower Farm, Bishop's Cleeve, Gloucestershire in 1969. Dates to AD 525 to 600. (diameter 38mm)
1996.95.11
Human remains
Anglo-Saxon burials of a female, aged about 17 years old, and a female adult, during excavation at North Street, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire in 1977. The upper burial was radiocarbon dated to about AD 670. (photograph scale 2m)
1996.99.36-38
Cooking pot
Part of a Medieval pot found during excavations at North Street, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire in 1977. (rim diameter 270mm)
1996.99.47
Jug
Rim and handle of a Medieval pitcher made in Minety Wiltshire, but found during excavations at North Street, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire in 1977. (rim diameter 200mm)
1996.99.48
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