METALWORKING FINDS FROM LEAHOLME AND ST MICHAEL'S FIELD, CIRENCESTER

Author(s): Justine Bayley

The material examined came from 1960s and 1970s excavations and included 15kg of smithing slag, 12-4 kg scrap and waste lead and five crucible sherds, used to melt copper alloys and gold. All the material is of Roman date.

Report Number:
59/1996
Series:
AML Reports (New Series)
Pages:
9
Keywords:
Copper Alloy Gold

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