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Ball

Identifier: 1994.533 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

approximately 1/3 of stoneware sphere, externally smooth, russet/red/orange, iron flashing from firing, exposed inner surface mainly ornage, speckled with grey grit, longditudinally pierced, expose...

Ball

Identifier: 1994.526 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

curious sphere, dimpled surface as if made from aggregated particles, brown ground, white deposit and soil in recesses, dense

Board Game, Part

Identifier: 1412 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

stoneware disc, with concentric rings on surface, grey glaze

Bone, Worked

Identifier: 2002.194 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Offcuts of cementum which anchors the tusk into the elephant`s jaw. Proof that whole tusks were being imported to the site.

Bone, Worked

Identifier: 2002.195 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Worked Ivory fragments. Sections cut transversely across the tusk. Appear as two types; those derived from the hollow part of the tusk are annular, with the width of the ivory ranging from 7mm to 3...

Bone, Worked

Identifier: 2002.193 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Pulp cavity trimmings

Bone, Worked

Identifier: 2002.191 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Transverse sections of tusk

Bone, Worked

Identifier: 2002.192 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Longitudinal Chords. Pieces from the solid part of the tusk, with a single longitudinally sawn face forming a chord to the circumference.

Bone, Worked

Identifier: 2002.190 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Wedge shaped pieces which derive from the hollow part of the tusk, and have two sawn edges with either the outer cortex alone or both the outer and inner surfaces of the tusk. These pieces are cut ...

Bone, Worked

Identifier: 2002.188 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Five pieces of waste from lathe turned objects.