Iron Age Torc

The gold terminal of an Iron Age Torc found by a metal detectorist in 2004. It is almost certainly the missing terminal from the Sedgeford Torc, found in the same location in 1965.
Collection holder:
The British Museum and The Portable Antiquities Scheme
Collection description:
A gold terminal of an Iron Age torc; the object was found by Dr Hammond whilst metal detecting as part of a survey conducted by SHARP (Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project) as part of their long running study of the history and ar ...more
Date:
-200-0
Measurements:
width: 4.3 mmthickness: 2.03 mmweight: 117 g
Rights:
© The Trustees of the British Museum and The Portable Antiquities Scheme
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