Copper alloy cauldron strap fragment, foot-plate extant as 'L-shaped' plan with long edge originally curled around a rim and now broken. The handle attachment has three rounded ribs with two low side-flanges. The tops of the ribs and flanges all have wear facets. On the underside of the fragment the seam of two B sheets can be seen with a flat-headed rivet. Gold/black patina.This fragment was found with another fragment (1981.1104.79) and probably was part of the same vessel.

An00781849 001 l


Made Of
copper alloy
Type of Thing


Found In
Petters Sport Field


Acquired In
1000BC - 800BC
Late Bronze Age

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