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    pot

    Identifier: 2002.167 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    Medieval pottery. Reduced Greyware. Jug Fragments. Late fifteenth to early sixteenth century.

    pot

    Identifier: 2002.168 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    Medieval pottery. Low Countries Redware. Jug Fragment. Fourteenth to fifteenth century. Red/orange glaze.

    slag

    Identifier: 2002.169 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    Slag

    buckle

    Identifier: 2002.172 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    Bone? Buckle with copper alloy plate. The small frame is an irregular rectangle in shape but has been well madewith the bar thinning under the plate. The plate is made from a plain strip of sheet c...

    pin

    Identifier: 2002.173 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    Point. Sliver of bone fashioned to a point but otherwise unworked. Possibly a piece of an uncompleted pin.

    pin

    Identifier: 2002.175 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    Copper alloy pin cast with a solid conical shaped head with a small collar at the topo of the shaft

    pin

    Identifier: 2002.176 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    Small wire pin with a stamped coiled wire head. The shaft in two pieces and traces of tinning remain over the whole surface.

    sheet

    Identifier: 2002.177 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    Broken fragments of sheet copper alloy, some folded, one with a rivet hole, possibly part of a buckle plate of hinge.

    pot

    Identifier: 2002.154 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    Medieval Pottery: Scottish East Coast redware, 13th - 15th Century. Body sherd, 31 x 25 x 5 mm thick, with glaze spotting.

    pot

    Identifier: 2002.155 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    Medieal Pottery: Colstoun Ware, 12th - 15th century. Base sherd. Fired exterior red/grey colour. Interior dark grey. Excavated by Headland Archaeology