Bone belt-ring or toggle: sub-trapezoid outline with terminal ring and hourglass perforation, three central parallel lentoid slots of V-section, all cut. Rear face recessed from lateral flanging around ring and perforations; bifacial high polish around terminal perforation (? by use); cut and polished on bovid-size long-bone section; part of terminal ring lacking.

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Thing

Exhibition
G51 Agriculture 2007
Made Of
bone
Type of Thing
belt-fitting
Techniques
cut, perforated

Place

Found In
Sittingbourne
In Gallery
G51/dc6

Time

Acquired In
1892
Period/Culture
Early Bronze Age

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