Pottery sherd; grooved line near one edge, probably decorative as groove is on the smoother of the two faces; opposite face is rougher and grittier. Sherd is dark grey-brown in colour, almost black.

An00107032 001 l

Thing

Made Of
pottery
Type of Thing
vessel

Place

Found In
Croxley Green

Time

Acquired In
1960
Period/Culture
Bronze Age, Iron Age, Neolithic

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