8.5.5 Bracelet, Ring and Beads

A bracelet, ring and two beads were found within burials at this site.

An oval copper alloy bracelet [Photo 0103], found on the wrist of SK 84 (Phase 5c), was incised with cross-hatch decoration.

0103 Oval copper alloy bracelet found on the wrist of SK 84

A bone bead [406] was found under the neck of SK 210 (Phase 5c), an infant aged under 6 month buried adjacent to the internal face of the north wall of the church. Another bone bead was found within a burial soil [405].

A triangular-section ring [1650] was also found within a burial soil (J209) and may have been on the finger of a burial which was disturbed by later medieval grave digging.


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