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Cross shaft

This is the lower part of a stone cross, decorated with simple interlaced patterns. In 1778 it was discovered among the stonework which had been used to build the old...

Whetstone

This small whetstone or hone stone was used for sharpening blades. The hole through the top allowed it to be carried from the owner’s belt, and it is very worn...

Bone comb

This is one of several medieval combs made from wood or bone which have been excavated from Exeter. Combs must have been important personal possessions as they are often decorated...

Tile with paw print

This Roman tile fragment has the impression of dog paw prints on the surface. During the manufacturing process the tiles were left outside to dry before they could be fired...

Spindle whorl

Spindle whorls were used for spinning wool into thread. This one is made from the end of a cattle leg bone, and was discovered during excavations in Exeter....

Stirrup mount

This is a functional but decorative part of horse equipment. It was used to decorate the join between the iron stirrup and leather stirrup strap....