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Anglo-Saxon

Objects in Anglo-Saxon collection

Gold button

A late Anglo-Saxon decorated gold button dating from the 8th—11th centuries.

Gold pendant

This rare and beautiful gold disc pendant set with garnets was found in grave 95/1 during excavations at an Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Butler's Field, Lechlade (Lechlade parish), Gloucestershire in 1985.

Gold pendant

Gold pendant with glass setting, found in grave 84 during excavations at an Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Butler's Field, Lechlade (Lechlade parish), Gloucestershire in 1985.

Gold pendant

Gold disc pendant with central shell setting, found in grave 179, during excavations at an Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Butler's Field, Lechlade (Lechlade parish), Gloucestershire in 1985.

King Alfred coin

A silver penny from the reign of Alfred, King of Wessex (849—899), found in Coberley, Gloucestershire.

Mammal remains

Mounted beaver tooth, found in grave 18 during excavations at an Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Butler's Field, Lechlade (Lechlade parish), Gloucestershire in 1985.

Pendant

Large cabochon garnet set in gold as a pendant, found in grave 172/2 during excavations at an Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Butler's Field, Lechlade (Lechlade parish), Gloucestershire in 1985.

Shield boss

Iron shield boss and grip, found in grave 92 during excavations at an Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Butler's Field, Lechlade (Lechlade parish), Gloucestershire in 1985.

The ‘Tunley Torc’

A 9th- or early 10th-century plaited Anglo-Norse ring found at Tunley, Gloucestershire.