A number of buckle pins and a buckle plate were also found during the excavation. A buckle pin  from a demolition layer in the area of the Church was gilded with two collars and inscribed decoration. A complete buckle pin and bar  was found in the demolition material of the West Range (A108). It has incised decoration between the collar and the hole nearest the bar.
A square sectioned tapered pin was found in a 19th-century layer (A445) . The squared end is broken but this may have been a buckle pin/
A broken point of a buckle pin  was found in a Phase 6 context.
A buckle plate  from Phase 5a (north) pit AND was constructed from two plates of copper alloy rivetted around leather. Two copper alloy rivets survive.
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