Copper Alloy Vessel, Tostock

A little globular copper alloy vessel slightly less than 4cm tall, found near Tostock. It was found in excellent condition apart from a small hole on one side of the neck. A number of similar vessels have been reported from across England and Wales, but for a long time their function remained a mystery. TheoriesContinue reading “Copper Alloy Vessel, Tostock”

Neolithic Grooved Ware Vessel, Foxhall

The vessel belongs to a widespread ceramic tradition called Grooved Ware that spanned Britain and Ireland during the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age. This astonishingly complete vessel was recovered from a Neolithic pit on a site to the East of Foxhall Hall. The site was excavated in 1991 as part of a water purificationContinue reading “Neolithic Grooved Ware Vessel, Foxhall”