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Figure 1: Graph showing all finds by period

Figure 2: Distribution of all catalogued finds with spatial coordinates

Figure 3: Distribution of Bronze Age finds

Figure 4: Bronze Age gold bead (118) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 5: Sandstone phallus (65), probably Bronze Age

Figure 6: Graph showing all early medieval finds, excluding pottery, with absolute number of each category

Figure 7: Iron stylus (328) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 8: One arm of copper-alloy tweezers (252) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 9: Miniature lead axehead amulet (481) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 10: Distribution of all Early Medieval finds, excluding pottery and lithics

Figure 11: Distribution of 8th-century finds

Figure 12: Distribution of 9th-century finds

Figure 13: Silver-alloy coins of Eanred, c. AD 820-30 (164/165) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 14: Strap-end with silver wire inlay (43) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 15: Strap-end with geometric design (466) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 16: Strap-end with multiple animal head decoration (21) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 17: Strap-end with multiple animal head decoration (75) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 18: Strap-end with multiple animal head decoration (141)

Figure 19: Collared pins: polyhedral (9); biconical (102); globular (27); globular with rising, curved faces (405); plate head (485) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 20: Graph showing main pin types at Cottam and comparator sites

Figure 21: Distribution of early Anglo-Scandinavian finds

Figure 22: Balance beam fragment from northern area (284) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 23: Balance beam fragment from southern area (125)

Figure 24: Arabic dirham fragment, c. AD 928-9 (317) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 25: Silver sceat of Eadberht (314) with possible 'peck' mark © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 26: Silver melts (432, 471, 782) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 27: Possible book mount fragment (98)

Figure 28: 8th-century metalwork, crudely broken (63)

Figure 29: 8th-century metalwork, crudely broken (217) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 30: Borre-style strap-end (478) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 31: Borre-style strap-end (378) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 32: Ansate brooch fragment, with trilobite terminal (84) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 33: Broad-ribbed strap-end with ring-and-dot decoration (84a)

Figure 34: Silver penny of Aethelberht of Wessex (621) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 35: Iron spearhead (138)

Figure 36: Iron spearhead (868) (X-ray plate showing silvering) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 37: Distribution of late Anglo-Scandinavian finds

Figure 38: Norse bell (25) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 39: Norse bell (180) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 40: Norse bell (401) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 41: Lead disc brooch (473) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 42: Lead disc brooch (253/347) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 43: Disc brooch (18) with Jellinge-style decoration

Figure 44: Strap guide (468) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 45: Buckle with zoomorphic decoration (73)

Figure 46: Buckle with zoomorphic decoration (101) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 47: Buckle with zoomorphic decoration (553) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 48: Lead spindle-whorls (17, 28, 33, 93, 94) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 49: Copper alloy ring with ring-and-dot decoration (245) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 50: Copper alloy ring with ring-and-dot decoration (646) © Hull and East Riding Museum, Hull Museums

Figure 51: Graph showing incidence of ring-and-dot decoration

Figure 52: Distribution of finds with ring-and-dot decoration, excluding pins

Figure 53: Half-coin of Aethelred (387)


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