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Roman coin, pottery and a medieval buckle


Grid reference Centred TM 315 543 (59m by 84m)
Map sheet TM35SW


Type and Period (2)

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Roman and medieval objects found in 1992.
Roman pottery and 2 coins were found in this field. 1 body sherd of Roman grey ware body sherd with abraded incised decorative line was recovered. One coin was a copper alloy sestertius coin of Hadrian, dating to c.AD 119-122 and the other coin was a copper-alloy Roman sestertius of Antoninus Pius (AD 138-161), dating to the period c. AD 157-158.
Medieval objects found included:
A copper alloy 13th/14th century buckle with integral plate fragment with angular outline and incised lines on plate (21mm width).
An unidentified copper alloy fragment was also found, it was flat with cut out design, 1.4mm thick, guilded on one face, could be medieval.
(S1, S2).

Sources/Archives (2)

  • <S1> Finds Report: Plouviez, J.. 1994. Finds Report: Pettistree (PTR 036).
  • <S2> Digital archive: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service. Portable Antiquities Database. Spreadsheet in folder.

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Record last edited

Apr 25 2019 5:23PM

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