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Paddle, water mill Paddle, water mill

Wooden paddle, probably from the wheel of a horizontal water-mill, found in the ground at Bankhead, Dalswinton, Dumfriesshire, 640 - 854 AD

Piece / wood Piece / wood

One of two pieces of thin flat wood, each with two holes an equal distance apart by an edge, apparently for joining the two together, from Gunnister, Northmavine, Shetland, late 17th century or later

Piece / wood Piece / wood

One of two pieces of thin flat wood, each with two holes an equal distance apart by an edge, apparently for joining the two together, from Gunnister, Northmavine, Shetland, late 17th century or later

Badge mould Badge mould

Part of a stone mould for casting pilgrim's badges found in the old churchyard of St Andrew's, North Berwick, East Lothian, one badge depicting St Andrew, 14th century

Brooch Brooch

Brooch of bronze, octagonal, from Edin's Hall, Berwickshire, possibly 15th century

Battle-axehead Battle-axehead

Battle-axehead of iron, found at Tillychin, Lumphanan, Aberdeenshire, 14th century

Bell Bell

Quadrangular iron bell from Knowe of Saverough, Birsay, Orkney

Bell Bell

Quadrangular iron bell from Kingoldrum, Angus, 650 - 900 AD

Bell Bell

Quadrangular iron bell, from Perthshire, 700 - 900 AD

Bell cover Bell cover

Bronze covering of an early Celtic iron bell, from Monybuie, Dalbeattie, between 650 and 900

Bell Bell

Iron bell, coated with bronze, found at Minchmoor, near Traquair, Peeblesshire, 650 - 900

Bell shrine / mount / portion Bell shrine / mount / portion

One of two parts of a bell shrine mount, bronze inlaid with silver and neillo, with Celtic interlace, the ends were formed as three-dimensional animals, with lentoid eyes and swirling tendrils, from Inchaffray Abbey, Perthshire, 1000 - 1200 AD

Bell shrine / mount / portion Bell shrine / mount / portion

One of two parts of a bell shrine mount, bronze inlaid with silver and neillo, with Celtic interlace, the ends were formed as three-dimensional animals, with lentoid eyes and swirling tendrils, from Inchaffray Abbey, Perthshire, 1000 - 1200 AD

Bell Bell

Square-shaped bell of cast bronze, from Ireland

Crosier head / portion Crosier head / portion

Portion of the head of a bronze crosier with enamelled dragonesque ornamentation, associated with St Fillan, from Hoddam, Dumfriesshire

Reliquary Reliquary

Monymusk Reliquary consisting of a rectangular casket and lid in the form of a roof, made from wood, copper alloy, silver, enamel and blue glass, decorated with intertwined animals, and possibly once containing a relic of St Columba, from around the 8th century AD

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