Cylindrical lead funerary canister ornamented with four pairs of concentric circles in plain raised moulding, spaced evenly around the body. Lid has bent spike projecting from centre.

An00043623 001 l

Thing

Made Of
lead
Type of Thing
funerary canister

Place

Found In
Warwick Square

Time

Acquired In
1882
Period/Culture
Romano-British

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