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Antler weaving comb

Antler weaving comb

Bone comb; spine of comb with incised cross-hatching and hole which corresponds with another hole in the case.  Graham-Campbell 1980 Composite single-sided comb of antler with convex back which has raised ends and incised ornament. There are two narrow back-plates, three tooth-plates, and seven iron rivets. The ornament, which is the same on both sides, is confined to the ends and consists of two horizontal fields of diagonal cross-hatching, separated by a plain contoured field, defined on…

Bone comb; spine of comb with incised cross-hatching and hole which corresponds with another hole in the case. Graham-Campbell 1980 Composite single-sided comb of antler with convex back which has raised ends and incised ornament. There are two narrow back-plates, three tooth-plates, and seven iron rivets. The ornament, which is the same on both sides, is confined to the ends and consists of two horizontal fields of diagonal cross-hatching, separated by a plain contoured field, defined on…

Viking age comb made of bone/antler found in York (in the Viking age called Jorvik), UK. These objects were certainly prized possessions, as protective cases specially made for them have also been found.

Viking age comb made of bone/antler found in York (in the Viking age called Jorvik), UK. These objects were certainly prized possessions, as protective cases specially made for them have also been found.

Middle Iron Age weaving comb, recovered from our excavations in Mildenhall, Suffolk. Most likely dates to the 3rd-1st centuries BC and is made from the long bone of a horse #Archaeology #IronAge #CotswoldArchaeology #Suffolk #Mildenhall

Middle Iron Age weaving comb, recovered from our excavations in Mildenhall, Suffolk. Most likely dates to the 3rd-1st centuries BC and is made from the long bone of a horse #Archaeology #IronAge #CotswoldArchaeology #Suffolk #Mildenhall

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