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Bronze sword

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Wilburton type sword found with rivets and fragment of lead pommel.

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Fish weir

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One of series of V-shaped barriers or weirs that crossed the course of the channel. The weirs were constructed off-site as long sections of hurdles before being slotted into position using deeply … read more

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Fish bone

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Along with the fish weirs and fish traps the evidence for fishing included the skeletal remains of Pike, Perch, Carp and Smelt. Caches of pike mandibles replete with large sharp teeth were … read more

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Fish trap

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One of eighteen traps identified within the Must Farm palaeochannel. Though to be a Eel trap on the basis of its closed-weave design and by historical precedent.

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