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Amber beadsThe Meads, Sittingbourne.
Amber beads, Anglo-Saxon Grave 36.
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Annular copper alloy broochThe Meads, Sittingbourne.
Annular copper alloy brooch with mineralized textile attached to back, Anglo-Saxon Grave 36.
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Cremation burial in ceramic jarThe Meads, Sittingbourne.
Cremation burial in ceramic jar, Anglo-Saxon Grave 180.
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Frankish ceramic bottleThe Meads, Sittingbourne.
Frankish ceramic bottle, Anglo-Saxon Grave 179.
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Anglo-Saxon inhumation graveAn Anglo-Saxon inhumation grave at Buckland, Dover. An example of good bone preservation.
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Anglo-Saxon inhumation graveThe Meads, Sittingbourne.
An Anglo-Saxon inhumation grave at The Meads, Sittingbourne, Grave 184. An example of no bone preservation.
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Glass beakersThe Meads, Sittingbourne.
The glass beakers, Anglo-Saxon Grave 184.
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Anglo-Saxon GraveThe Meads, Sittingbourne.
A high status male grave with iron sword, spear head, shield boss and glass beakers, Anglo-Saxon Grave 184.
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