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A Bronze Age low-flanged axe found in Caythorpe



Reference Name MLI98131

Name:
A Bronze Age low-flanged axe found in Caythorpe

Summary:
A Bronze Age low-flanged axe found in Caythorpe (unlocated find)

Location:
CAYTHORPE, SOUTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
A low-flanged bronze axehead of early Bronze Age date found in 1899 at an ironstone quarry. The findspot is uncertain but is approximately SK9348. The object is in Nottingham Castle Museum. {1}{2}{3}

Sources:
1 Article in serial: PHILLIPS, C.W.. 1935. ARCHAEOLOGICAL JOURNAL. p.163
2 Article in serial: Davey, P.J.. 1973. 'Bronze Age Metalwork from Lincolnshire' in Archaeologia. vol.104, p.58, Fig.3.15
3 Artefact: Nottingham Castle Museum Collection. Accn no.99.71

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