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Artefact Collection (page 2)

Background imageArtefact Collection: Antler tool J010076

Antler tool J010076
SILBURY HILL, Avebury, Wiltshire. Antler tine tool from May 2001 excavations

Background imageArtefact Collection: Plaster fragment of a horses head, Berry Pomeroy Castle J920689

Plaster fragment of a horses head, Berry Pomeroy Castle J920689
BERRY POMEROY CASTLE, Devon. Plaster fragment of a horses head from one of the ceilings

Background imageArtefact Collection: Roman enamelled stud J940343

Roman enamelled stud J940343
HADRIANs WALL: BIRDOSWALD ROMAN FORT, Cumbria. An enamelled stud. hadrian

Background imageArtefact Collection: Roman buckle plate K990789

Roman buckle plate K990789
HADRIANs WALL: BIRDOSWALD ROMAN FORT, Cumbria. Front view of a Roman buckle plate after cleaning. hadrian

Background imageArtefact Collection: Williamson F24 camera DP325351

Williamson F24 camera DP325351
Handheld aerial camera used by Harold Wingham - Williamson F24. History of aerial photography

Background imageArtefact Collection: Wine cooler depicting British Foot Guards N081106

Wine cooler depicting British Foot Guards N081106
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Wine cooler from the Duke of Wellingtons Prussian Service, made in Berlin 1817-19. This was a gift to the Duke from the King of Prussia

Background imageArtefact Collection: Roman cornucopia N081013

Roman cornucopia N081013
CORBRIDGE Roman Town Museum, Northumberland. Top part of a stone cornucopia with original paint

Background imageArtefact Collection: Down House, cupboard under the stairs J980016

Down House, cupboard under the stairs J980016
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Interior view. Items stored in the cupboard under the stairs. For many years Darwin was too reticent to publish his theory

Background imageArtefact Collection: Eltham Palace K990313

Eltham Palace K990313
ELTHAM PALACE, London. Three gilded lead decorative leaves (originally from choir stalls in Henry VIII Chapel)

Background imageArtefact Collection: Menu card, Osborne House D880050

Menu card, Osborne House D880050
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. The Ryde Album. Menu card showing the Durbar Room

Background imageArtefact Collection: Duke of Wellington Paste Pot Lid DP173092

Duke of Wellington Paste Pot Lid DP173092
Walmer Castle, Kent. Paste pot lid of the Duke of Wellington, 1810. Based on one of the earliest portraits of the Duke, painted in India in 1804 by Robert Home, after Wellingtons victory at Assaye

Background imageArtefact Collection: Floor tile, Denny Abbey DP436178

Floor tile, Denny Abbey DP436178
DENNY ABBEY, Cambridgeshire. Detail of line impressed floor tile from the Templar period

Background imageArtefact Collection: Fairchild K20 camera DP325354

Fairchild K20 camera DP325354
Handheld aerial camera used by Harold Wingham - Fairchild K20. History of aerial photography

Background imageArtefact Collection: Medieval floor tile DP184209

Medieval floor tile DP184209
Glazed medieval floor tile from the west range, Sherborne Old Castle, Castleton, Sherborne, Dorset. Artefact held at Fort Brockhurst, Gunners Way, Gosport, Hampshire

Background imageArtefact Collection: Dice DP173102

Dice DP173102
Bone dice from Chiswick House, London. Measurement

Background imageArtefact Collection: Box of Bricks DP028933

Box of Bricks DP028933
Box of bricks from Brodsworth Hall, South Yorkshire

Background imageArtefact Collection: Roman coins N120023

Roman coins N120023
RICHBOROUGH ROMAN FORT, Kent. Collection of coins found on site

Background imageArtefact Collection: Plate showing view of Apsley House K040694

Plate showing view of Apsley House K040694
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Plate from the Berlin porcelain Prussian Service, c.1819, painted with a view of Apsley House looking East

Background imageArtefact Collection: Lucas Collection K920010

Lucas Collection K920010
WALMER CASTLE, Kent. Items from the Lucas Collection of Wellington memorabilia. The collection includes a range of artefacts illustrating the enduring popularity of the Iron Duke throughout his

Background imageArtefact Collection: Wellington Museum at Walmer Castle J020006

Wellington Museum at Walmer Castle J020006
WALMER CASTLE, Kent. Interior view. Cabinets in the Wellington Museum displaying personal items and memorabilia of Sir Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington

Background imageArtefact Collection: Cunorix stone, Wroxeter Roman City J970270

Cunorix stone, Wroxeter Roman City J970270
WROXETER ROMAN CITY, Shropshire. Tombstone of a man named Cunorix, buried between 450-475. Now in the museum

Background imageArtefact Collection: Dessert plate depicting Badajoz N081169

Dessert plate depicting Badajoz N081169
APSLEY HOUSE, Hyde Park Corner, London. Item from the Wellington Museum depicting the battlefield of Badajoz, Portugal (1812)

Background imageArtefact Collection: Dessert plate depicting Vittoria N081147

Dessert plate depicting Vittoria N081147
APSLEY HOUSE, Hyde Park Corner, London. Item from the Wellington Museum depicting the battlefield of Vittoria, Spain (1813)

Background imageArtefact Collection: Dessert plate depicting Crossing the Mondego 1810 N080952

Dessert plate depicting Crossing the Mondego 1810 N080952
APSLEY HOUSE, Hyde Park Corner, London. Item from the Wellington Museum depicting the crossing of the River Mondego, Portugal (1810)

Background imageArtefact Collection: Wine cooler depicting a Hanoverian Hussar N081110

Wine cooler depicting a Hanoverian Hussar N081110
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Wine cooler from the Duke of Wellingtons Prussian Service, made in Berlin 1817-19. This was a gift to the Duke from the King of Prussia

Background imageArtefact Collection: Wine cooler. Officer of the Royal Horse Artillery N081107

Wine cooler. Officer of the Royal Horse Artillery N081107
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Wine cooler from the Duke of Wellingtons Prussian Service, made in Berlin 1817-19. This was a gift to the Duke from the King of Prussia

Background imageArtefact Collection: Wine cooler showing a Prussian Hussar N081109

Wine cooler showing a Prussian Hussar N081109
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Wine cooler from the Duke of Wellingtons Prussian Service, made in Berlin 1817-19. This was a gift to the Duke from the King of Prussia

Background imageArtefact Collection: Silver gilt centrepiece, Apsley House N081103

Silver gilt centrepiece, Apsley House N081103
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Detail of silver gilt centrepiece made in 1822 showing a Spanish soldier of around 1808. Presented to the Duke of Wellington by Bankers and Merchants of the City of London

Background imageArtefact Collection: Dessert plate depicting the Battle of Talavera N081122

Dessert plate depicting the Battle of Talavera N081122
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Dessert plate from the Duke of Wellingtons Saxon Service, made at Meissen in 1818. This was a gift to the Duke from the King of Saxony

Background imageArtefact Collection: Neolithic arrowheads N100547

Neolithic arrowheads N100547
HATFIELD EARTHWORKS, Wiltshire. Flint arrowheads from Marden Henge excavations, 2010

Background imageArtefact Collection: Napoleons death mask K040686

Napoleons death mask K040686
APSLEY HOUSE, London. View of Napoleons death mask on display in the Basement Gallery

Background imageArtefact Collection: Duke of Wellingtons sabre K040688

Duke of Wellingtons sabre K040688
APSLEY HOUSE, London. View of Duke of Wellingtons sabre used in the Battle of Waterloo

Background imageArtefact Collection: Roman pottery J940078

Roman pottery J940078
ALDBOROUGH ROMAN TOWN, North Yorkshire. Assorted group of Roman pottery vessels

Background imageArtefact Collection: Roman brooch in the shape of a duck K981121

Roman brooch in the shape of a duck K981121
WALL ROMAN SITE (LETOCETUM), Staffordshire. Artefacts found on the site. A brooch in the shape of a duck

Background imageArtefact Collection: Roman bronze flagon J910148

Roman bronze flagon J910148
LULLINGSTONE ROMAN VILLA, Kent. A Roman copper-alloy (bronze) flagon found in the Mausoleum

Background imageArtefact Collection: Part of the Corbridge Hoard N081017

Part of the Corbridge Hoard N081017
CORBRIDGE Roman Town Museum, Northumberland. Part of the Corbridge Hoard found in 1964, including rare fragments of lorica segmentata - roman soldiers armour

Background imageArtefact Collection: Roman carpentry and stoneworking tools N081015

Roman carpentry and stoneworking tools N081015
CORBRIDGE Roman Town Museum, Northumberland. Roman metal carpentry and stoneworking tools

Background imageArtefact Collection: Roman tile with dog paw imprint K030449

Roman tile with dog paw imprint K030449
LULLINGSTONE ROMAN VILLA, Kent. Tile fragment with dog paw marks imprinted into it

Background imageArtefact Collection: Wellingtons boots K040687

Wellingtons boots K040687
APSLEY HOUSE, London. View of The Duke of Wellingtons boots on display in the Basement Gallery

Background imageArtefact Collection: The Darwins Backgammon board game N080515

The Darwins Backgammon board game N080515
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. View of the Backgammon box located in the Drawing Room

Background imageArtefact Collection: Scrapbook design of Audley End House interior J960215

Scrapbook design of Audley End House interior J960215
AUDLEY END HOUSE, Kent. Scrapbook architectural design details for the Little Drawing Room. Drawn by Placido COLUMBANI. Plate number 58

Background imageArtefact Collection: Roman Gaming Counters N060901

Roman Gaming Counters N060901
LULLINGSTONE ROMAN VILLA, Kent. Detailed view of gaming counters originally found at Lullingstone

Background imageArtefact Collection: Tintagel Castle Artognou inscription stone K980845

Tintagel Castle Artognou inscription stone K980845
TINTAGEL CASTLE, Cornwall. The 6th century AD " Artognou" inscription stone discovered by archaeologists from Glasgow University

Background imageArtefact Collection: Three genii DP143592

Three genii DP143592
Housesteads Fort, Hadrianas Wall, Northumberland. This relief of three agenii cucullatia (hooded deities) was discovered in a domestic shrine in the civilian settlement outside the fort

Background imageArtefact Collection: Roman steelyard weight N120024

Roman steelyard weight N120024
RICHBOROUGH ROMAN FORT, Kent. Steelyard weight in the form of a bearded satyr

Background imageArtefact Collection: Vase depicting a Quagga, Apsley House N070666

Vase depicting a Quagga, Apsley House N070666
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Vase showing a Quagga, a now extinct brown zebra

Background imageArtefact Collection: Bronze figure from Wroxeter J980108

Bronze figure from Wroxeter J980108
WROXETER ROMAN CITY, Shropshire. Bronze figurine

Background imageArtefact Collection: Kent coastal defences in 1740 J010166

Kent coastal defences in 1740 J010166
WALMER CASTLE, Kent. " Plan of the coast of Kent from Ramsgate to Rye" 1740. Chart of the approaches to the Kent coast showing details of the coastal defences at Sandwich, Deal, Dover



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