Object: spindle whorl
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  diameter 26 mm
Date: The dating of spindle whorls of this type is very difficult, as similar examples have been found in contexts that span the period from Roman to late medieval times.
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FindID:  JD4-1
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Object: spindle whorl
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  diameter 28 mm
Date: The dating of spindle whorls of this type is very difficult, as similar examples have been found in contexts that span the period from Roman to late medieval times.
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FindID:  JD4-2
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Object: hair or dress pin
Material:  copper-alloy
Dimensions:  length 25 mm, diameter head 7 mm
Date: 8-10th century
Description:  faceted polyhedral head
FindID:  JD4-3
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Object: nail cleaner
Material:  copper-alloy
Dimensions:  length 50 mm
Date: Roman, 1st - 4th century AD
Description:  The cleaner has a suspension loop at one end and a forked tip for the actual cleaning
FindID:  JD4-4
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Object: strap end 
Material:  copper-alloy
Dimensions:  length 32 mm
Date: Saxon, 600-800 AD
Description:  he lower part is in the form of a stylised animal head
FindID:  JD4-5
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Object: ear spoon 
Material:  copper-alloy
Dimensions:  length 70 mm
Date: Roman
Description:  
FindID:  JD4-6
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Object: strap end 
Material:  copper-alloy
Dimensions:  48 x 30 mm
Date: 14th-15th century 
Description: Fragment, cast copper-alloy composite strap-end. Only the front plate  surviving. Sub-circular, with flat sub-lozengiform knop. Wide, spade-shaped aperture at the top. There are four rivet holes; two below the aperture and one on either side at the top of it. The upper surface of the plate and the knop are decorated with incised lines.
FindID:  JD4-7
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Object: pendant suspension (harness) mount (see drawing below)
Material:  copper-alloy
Dimensions:  length 49 mm
Date: 14th century
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FindID:  JD4-8
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Object: bell, possibly Anglo-Scandinavian in manufacture
Material:  copper-alloy
Dimensions:  24 x 30 mm
Date: 10-11th century
Description:  hexagonal with ring and dot decoration
FindID:  JD4-9
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Object: spindle whorl
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  diameter 28 mm
Date: The dating of spindle whorls of this type is very difficult, as similar examples have been found in contexts that span the period from Roman to late medieval times.
Description:  
FindID:  JD4-10
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Object: Pilgrim ampulla
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  47 x 39 mm
Date: 12-15th century
Description:  Flasks (ampulla) made from lead were an important form of pilgrim souvenirs. They would be filled with Holy Water at a shrine, such as Canterbury in England. Holy Water was believed to heal the sick.
FindID:  JD4-11
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Object:  steelyardweight
Material:  lead, iron
Weight: 108,5 grams
Dimensions:   height 33 mm, diameter 33 mm
Date:  roman
Description:  
FindID:  JD4-12
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Object:  steelyardweight
Material:  lead, iron
Weight: 404,2 grams
Dimensions:   height 55 mm, diameter 51 mm
Date:  roman
Description:  
FindID:  JD4-13
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Object: poor-token.  With these tokens the poor could get their most basic needs
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  23 x 27 mm
Date: 16/17th century
Description: text SEEPE and 2 x IG
FindID: JD4-14
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Object: poor-token.  With these tokens the poor could get their most basic needs
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  28 x 26 mm
Date: 16/17th century
Description: text HALF and 2 x IP
FindID: JD4-15
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brass box Object: Box
Material:  brass
Dimensions:  
Date: 17th century
Description:
FindID: JD4-16
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