Bronze nave band: Cylindrical castings of thin bronze with open ends, each with keeled mouldings, internally hollow at one end and near middle, with everted flange at other end. Annular band cast with two ribs and a spreading flange; used to strengthen the hub of a wooden spoked wheel and prevent splitting; surface corroded; green.

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Thing

Exhibition
G51 Agriculture 2007
Made Of
copper alloy
Type of Thing
wheel
Techniques
cast

Place

Found In
Heathery Burn Cave
In Gallery
G51/dc11

Time

Acquired In
1909
Made
950BC-750BC
Period/Culture
Late Bronze Age

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