Object:  seal
Material:  bronze/brass
Dimensions:  22 x 18 mm
Date: 
Description: the arms of the city of 
FindID:  JLS1-1
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Object:  seal
Material:  bronze/brass
Dimensions:  26 x 23 mm
Date: 
Description:  monogram CK
FindID:  JLS1-2
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Object:  seal
Material:  bronze/brass
Dimensions:  diameter 25 mm
Date: 
Description:  text Duranteau
FindID:  JLS1-3
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Object:  seal
Material:  bronze/brass
Dimensions:  17 X 16 mm
Date: 
Description:  crown and 2 arms, text unknown
FindID:  JLS1-4
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Object:  seal matrix, type 'Pelican in Het Piety"
Material:  bronze/brass
Dimensions:  33 x 21 mm
Date:  13th -14th century
Description:  Pelican is drawing blood from her breast to feed her young.
Allegory/Moral:
The pelican is Christ, who humanity struck by committing sin; the pelican cutting open its own breast represents Christ's death on the cross, and the shedding of his blood to revive us.
Text:
FindID:  JLS1-5
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