23

Dublin Core

Title

23

Identifier

2009,8023.7

Type

arm-ring

Description

Silver arm-ring of broad penannular band with the ends folded in and the whole then flattened; irregular, plain edges enclose punched decoration consisting of two outer rows of triple-pelleted, convex-sided triangles (or 'heater' shapes) pointing inwards, sandwiching an uneven, median, double row of paired-up, rough trapezoids and triangles (probably made with a single punch), which also occur at right angles to each other between the pelleted triangles, except towards the square terminals, where one of the median rows becomes four apex-to-base, triple-pelleted triangles on their sides, while the other begins to broaden into two such rows from the fold; four testing nicks on one edge and five, or six on the other.

Subject

Viking

Relation

http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/collection_object_details.aspx?objectId=3233682&partId=1&searchText=vale+of+york+hoard&images=true&page=1

Rights

CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Source

British Museum

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Material

silver

Type Series

punched, folded

Files

AN00712053_001_l.jpg
AN00712061_001_l.jpg
AN00714526_001_l.jpg
AN00815805_001_l.jpg

Collection

Citation

“23,” Uncovering A Discovery, accessed October 2, 2022, http://uncoveringhistory.org/discovery/items/show/95.

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