Sheet-bronze bucket: vessel created by riveting together three carefully shaped sheets of bronze; the neck is decorated with three grooves and the rim strengthened by tightly turning round a wire; the base is reinforced by seven angle plates, two being later replacements; numerous patches and strips are riveted onto the body as repairs.

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Thing

Exhibition
G51 Agriculture 2007
Made Of
copper alloy
Type of Thing
bucket

People

Acquired From
Cooke, T L to The British Museum

Place

Found In
Dowris
In Gallery
G51/dc10

Time

Made
950BC-750BC
Period/Culture
Late Bronze Age

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