THE END OF ROMAN RULE IN BRITAIN AND THE ANGLO-SAXON SETTLEMENT OF ENGLAND DURING THE 5TH CENTURY.

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List 9
Germanic Female Brooches of the second half of the 5th century in England
(
figure 70).

Equal-Armed chip-carved Brooches.

  • 1. Empingham, Leics. –Evison, Studien 145 fig. 4b. –Type Dösemoor (fig. 60.2).
  • 1a. Spong Hill, Norfolk (Grave 2376). –M.G. Welch, Early Anglo-Saxon Sussex, British Arch. Reports, British Series 112 (1983) 43. –Type Nesse.
  • 2. Haslingfield, Cambs. –Evison, Studien 144 fig. 3d. –Type Dösemoor (fig. 60.3).
  • 3. Little Wilbraham, Cambs. –Evison, Studien 145 fig. 4a –Type Dösemoor (fig. 60.5).
  • 4. Westgarth Gardens, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. –Evison, Studien 145 fig. 4c. –Type Nesse (fig. 61.1).
  • 5. Berinsfield, Oxon. –Evison, Studien 146 fig. 5c. –Type unknown (fig. 60.6).
  • 6. Abingdon, Oxon. –Evison, Studien 146 fig. 5b. –Type Nesse (fig. 61.2).
  • 7. Sutton Courtenay, Oxon. –Evison, Studien 144 fig. 3c. –Type Dösemoor (fig. 60.1).
  • 8. Collingbourbe Ducis, Wilts. –Evison, Studien 146 fig. 5a. –C. J. Gingell, Wiltshire Arch. And Nat. Hist. Magazine 70/71 (1978) 77 fig. 15.7. –Type Nesse (fig. 61.3).
  • 9. Mucking, Essex –Evison, Studien 143 fig. 2.1. –Type unknown (fig. 60.4).

Composite Saucer Brooches.

Cross

  • 10. Great Chesterford, Essex –Evison, Brooches 272 fig. 2.b (fig. 62.1).
  • 11. Luton, Beds. –Welch, Mitcham table 20.8, –Evison, Brooches table. 55.b (fig. 62.2).
  • 12. Long Wittenham, Oxon. –Welch, Mitcham table 20.9, –Evison, Brooches table. 55.a (fig. 62.3).
  • 13. Wallingford, Oxon. –E.T. Leeds, An Anglo-Saxon Cemetary at Wallingford, Berkshire. Berkshire Arch. Journal 42, 1938 table 7.
  • 14. Guildown, Surrey. –Welch, Mitcham table 20.4 (fig. 62.4).
  • 15. High Down, Sussex. –Welch, Mitcham table 20.7, –E. T. Leeds, Antique Journal 13, 1933 table. 36.e (fig. 62.5).
  • 16. Mitcham, London –Welch, Mitcham table 19.b (Grave 205); 20.1-2 (Grave 201) (fig. 62.6, 62.7).
  • 17. London-Billingsgate –Evison, Brooches 272 fig. 2.a (fig. 62.8).
  • 18. Howletts, Kent –Evison, Brooches 272 fig. 2.i (fig. 62.9).

Star

  • 19. Staxton, Yorks. –Eagles, Humberside fig. 113. – Five-pointed star (fig. 64.5).
  • 20. Long Wittenham, Oxon. –Evison, Brooches table 54.d. –Six-pointed star (fig. 64.1).
  • 21. East Shefford, Berks. –Evison, Brooches table 54.e-f. –Five-pointed star (fig. 64.7).
  • 22. Harnham Hill, Wilts. –Evison, Brooches table 54.c. –Five-pointed star (fig. 64.6).
  • 23. Guildown, Surrey. –Welch, Mitcham table 20.3. –Six-pointed star (fig. 64.2).
  • 24. Portchester, Hants. –Evison, Brooches table 54.b. –Six-pointed star (fig. 64.4).
  • 25. High Down, Sussex. –Welch, Mitcham table 20.5. –Six-pointed star (fig. 64.3).

Mask (Types Mahndorf and Spong Hill)

  • 26. Spong Hill, Norfolk. –Hills, Spong Hill I 197 fig. 137.2143. –Type Mahndorf (fig. 65.1).
  • 27. Spong Hill, Norfolk. –Hills, Spong Hill II 223 fig. 110.34. –Type Spong Hill (fig. 65.2).
  • 27a. Kempston, Beds. –G.Baldwin Brown, The Arts in Early England III (1975) table 47.1, below right. - Type Spong Hill (fig. 65.5).
  • 28. Luton, Beds. –Evison, Brooches table 56.e. – Type Spong Hill (fig. 65.4).
  • 29. Fairford, Glos. –F.T.Leeds, Archaeologia 63, 1912, 165 fig. 6. –Type Spong Hill (fig. 65.8).
  • 30. Fairford, Glos. –F.T.Leeds, Archaeologia 63, 1912, 164 fig. 5, Evison, Brooches table 56.f. –Type Spong Hill (fig. 65.10).
  • 30a. Collingbourne Ducis, Wilts. –C.J.Gingell, Wiltshire Arch. Magazine 70-1, 1975-6 (1978) 88ff. fig. 19.5; 20.1. –Type Spong Hill (fig. 65.9).
  • 31. Reading, Berks. –F.T.Leeds, Archaeologia 63, 1912, table 26.1. –Type Spong Hill (fig. 65.3).
  • 32. Orpington, Kent. –P.J.Tester, Arch. Cantiana 84, 1969, p.48 fig.5.68b. –Type Spong Hill (fig. 65.6).
  • 33. Mucking, Essex. –Evison, Brooches 272 fig. 2 k-l. –Type Spong Hill (fig. 65.7).

Animals looking back (Type Muids)

  • 34. Kempston, Beds. –Evison, Brooches table 56.b. (fig. 66.1).
  • 35. East Shefford, Berks. –Evison, Brooches table 56.a. (fig. 66.2).
  • 36. Mucking, Essex. –Evison, Brooches table 56.c. (fig. 66.3).

5-Spiral Cast Saucer Brooches.

The numbers between brackets (E1-E27) refer to the Find list from Evison, Maps 149. This list did not disclose how many brooches were found at each site.

  • 37. Welbeck Hill, Lancs. (E25).
  • 38. Woodstone, Peterborough, Kent (E27).
  • 39. Spong Hill, Norfolk (E24).
  • 40. Caistor by Norwich (E7). –Composite saucer brooch with cast chip-carved overlay, type Liebenau.
  • 41. Beckford A., Hereford & Worcester (E4).
  • 42. Hornton, Oxon. (E15).
  • 43. Marston St. Lawrence, Northants (E20).
  • 44. Duston, Northants. (E11).
  • 45. Kempston, Beds. (E16)
  • 46. Great Chesterford, Essex (E13).
  • 47. Leighton Buzzard, Beds. (E17).
  • 48. Cassington, Oxon. (E8).
  • 49. Wheatley, Oxon. (E26).
  • 50. Abingdon, Oxon. (E1).
  • 51. Berinsfield, Oxon. (E6).
  • 52. Long Wittenham, Oxon. (E19).
  • 53. East Shefford, Berks. (E12).
  • 54. Reading, Berks. (E23).
  • 55. Alton, Hants. (E3).
  • 56. Droxford, Hants. (E10).
  • 57. High Down, Sussex (E14).
  • 58. Beddington, London (E5).
  • 59. Mitcham, London (E21).
  • 60. Orpington, Kent (E22).
  • 61. Lewes, Malling Hill, Sussex (E18).
  • 62. Alfriston, Sussex (E2).
  • 63. Hastings, Sussex. –M.G.Welch, Early Anglo-Saxon Sussex, British Arch. Reports, British Series 112 (1983) 517, fig. 1a (fig. 68).
  • 64. Dover, Kent (E9).

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