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Decorative fitting

This circular fitting is decorated with leaves. It was probably used to decorate furniture or a small storage box....

Harness fitting

This phallic stud was possibly a fitting for a horse harness. This symbol guarded against the influence of evil....

Domed stud from legionary apron

This was part of the legionary soldier’s armour. Metal discs like these hung on leather straps from the soldier’s belt....

Domed stud from legionary apron

This was part of the legionary soldier’s armour. Metal discs like these hung on leather straps from the soldier’s belt....

Box fitting

This triangular piece of bone is decorated with dot and circle patterns made using compasses. This was most probably a decorative fitting on a small box or casket and the...

Faunal bone assemblage

A medium-sized assemblage of animal bone collected during a rescue excavation in Fore Street, Totnes. The assemblage was recovered from two post-medieval pit groups and includes mammal, bird and fish...

Micro moth

This is a type of micro moth, so named because its wing span is just 1 cm. This specimen was collected by N. Richardson in 1896 at Portland. It was...

Micro moth

Moths like this one are known as micro moths due to their very small size - its wing span is just 1 cm. This specimen was collected by Edward Fairfax...

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