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Pagan Anglo-Saxon burial from the Bass Maltings site



Reference Name MLI91663

Name:
Pagan Anglo-Saxon burial from the Bass Maltings site

Summary:
Pagan Anglo-Saxon burial from the Bass Maltings site

Location:
SLEAFORD, NORTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 65300
During the construction of the Bass Maltings, a small collection of pagan Anglo-Saxon grave goods was recovered. These include annular and cruciform brooches, wrist clasps, a girdle hanger and a necklace of glass and paste beads, suggesting a female burial. {1}

Sources:
1 Correspondence: 1985. Letters between The Bass Museum and Lincoln Museum about finds from the Bass Maltings, Sleaford. -

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