The Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries of Caistor-by-Norwich and Markshall, Norfolk
Report on the largely cremation cemetery excvated in the 1930s; full illustration of pots and other items. Discussion of pottery by Myres, and interesting comments on other objects by Barbara Green.
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THE ANGLOSAXON CEMETERIES OF CAISTORBYNORWICH
Historical Summary by J N L Myres I
Venta Icenorumthe Final Phase by J N L Myres and Barbara Green
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Anglo-Saxon animal appear Arch arms associated base beads biconical blade bosses bowl bronze brooch brown ware burial burnished Burnt bones Caistor Caistor-by-Norwich cemetery chevrons close collar comb complete conical neck contained Contents continuous corrugation cremation Decorated demarcated Depth diagonal dots early east everted rim evidence examples excavations fifth century fire five Found broken Found in fragments four glass globular urn grave grey ware grooves groups head hollow horizontal illustrated iron knife late later least Length line of stamps lower missing neck neck-lines noted objects once originally pair panels parallel perhaps pieces possible Potter probably recorded remains ring Roman Saxon separated shears sherds short shoulder shoulder-boss urn side similar single skeleton slightly smooth spaced stamps appear suggested tall tweezers Undecorated upper vertical lines wide zone