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Winchester

At Winchester, a small but diverse corpus includes Types 7, 8a, 8b, 14b, and a possible Type 3 fragment, as well as ten finds of Type 4 riveted mounts, and a case for a Type 6 comb. There are also two fragments of Type 1b combs (not, in the view of this author, Type 1c as implied by their 'Celtic' attribution in the text; Galloway 1990, 667). This material is well analysed elsewhere (see Biddle 1990a; 1990b; Galloway 1990), and need not be discussed further here. At nearby Abbots Worthy, a Type 2b comb has been recovered (Riddler 1991b, 46, fig. 36).

 

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