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Faunal bone assemblage

A small assemblage collected during a developer-led watching brief in Cathedral Close. The site lies in the heart of the historic centre of Exeter, with archaeological evidence for Roman and...

Buckle

This fragment from a medieval ornamental buckle was discovered during archaeological excavations in Exeter....

Samian ware cup base

A piece from the base of a samian ware cup. Samian ware was a high quality form of pottery imported from Gaul (Southern France). The potters who made samian ware...

Food storage jar

Three sherds from a food storage jar. This type of pottery was probably made in Devon and was burnished to give an attractive sheen to the outside surface. The pot belonged...

Food storage jar

Four sherds from an Iron Age pot that was found in an Iron Age settlement enclosure on the St Loyes site in Exeter. The enclosure had been demolished by the...

Delftware bowl

This bowl is one of the most complete examples of tin-glazed earthenware to be found in Exeter. It was made in London between 1620 to 1640....

Faunal bone assemblage

Three fragments of animal bone collected during a development-led project in the historic town of Buckfastleigh. They have not been studied or published....

Tube

This metal tube was found during excavations at the Roman site in St Loyes, Exeter, and was conserved by the museum’s conservation team. It is decorated with fine grooves and...

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