A guide to the antiquities of the bronze age in the Department of British and mediæval antiquities . - Icical. Tliey occur witha palstave and a twisted bronze colhir. the latter having on itwhen found spiral coils of bronze generally known as ring-money(cf. tig. 145). Plain armlets have also been found with them, anda decorated armlet of the usual shape is illustrated (fig. .58). < r ^ % f i. Fig. 50.—Part of ho:ird, Plymstixk, Devon. Eight tores (twisted metal collai-s) from various sites in Dorset areall of the same type, with a cTouble hook for fastening. From Ireland come several da

A guide to the antiquities of the bronze age in the Department of British and mediæval antiquities . - Icical. Tliey occur witha palstave and a twisted bronze colhir. the latter having on itwhen found spiral coils of bronze generally known as ring-money(cf. tig. 145). Plain armlets have also been found with them, anda decorated armlet of the usual shape is illustrated (fig. .58).  < r ^ % f  i. Fig. 50.—Part of ho:ird, Plymstixk, Devon. Eight tores (twisted metal collai-s) from various sites in Dorset areall of the same type, with a cTouble hook for fastening. From Ireland come several da Stock Photo
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A guide to the antiquities of the bronze age in the Department of British and mediæval antiquities . - Icical. Tliey occur witha palstave and a twisted bronze colhir. the latter having on itwhen found spiral coils of bronze generally known as ring-money(cf. tig. 145). Plain armlets have also been found with them, anda decorated armlet of the usual shape is illustrated (fig. .58). < r ^ % f i. Fig. 50.—Part of ho:ird, Plymstixk, Devon. Eight tores (twisted metal collai-s) from various sites in Dorset areall of the same type, with a cTouble hook for fastening. From Ireland come several daggers and rapier-blades, withrivet-lioles or notches for attaching the handle, and a numberof socketed knives and short swords (fig. 59), which are unusuallycommon in that island ; a similar knife from the Minster hoard isshown on plate iir. The halbert-blade is also characteristic, and 76 DESCRIPTION OF CASE C nine examples aie shown, some retaining their rivets (fig. 60).These weapon, s l^elong to the opening of the Bronze age, and , et, iV?i?*< -

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