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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

Seal impression Seal impression

Seal matrix showing an armoured man on horseback on one side and an obelisk with scroll ornament on the other, with two impressions in red and grey matter, from Raewick, Shetland, 12th century

Ball Ball

Decorated copper alloy ball from Walston, Lanarkshire, the decoration suggests a 6th-7th century AD date, but its use is unknown

Flat axe Flat axe

Early Bronze Age flat axe, type Migdale, from Mountskip, Vogrie, Midlothian, 2150 - 1950 BC

Flat axe Flat axe

Early Bronze Age flat axe, type Migdale, variant Biggar, locality unknown, ?Scotland, 2150 - 1950 BC

Flat axe Flat axe

Early Bronze Age flat axe, type Migdale, in two pieces, from Waughton, East Lothian, 2150 - 1950 BC

Flat axe Flat axe

Early Bronze Age developed flat axe, type Scrabo Hill, locality unknown, ?Scotland, 1950 - 1750 BC

Flat axe Flat axe

Early Bronze Age flat axe, type Migdale, found with another axe (now lost), from Ravelston, Edinburgh, Midlothian, 2150 - 1950 BC

Flat axe Flat axe

Early Bronze Age massive decorated flat axe, type Migdale, variant Nairn, found near Nairn, Nairn-shire, 2150 - 1950 BC

Flat axe Flat axe

Early Bronze Age developed flat axe, type Glenalla, from under a cairn in the Eildon Hills, Roxburghshire, 1950 - 1750 BC

Flat axe Flat axe

Early Bronze Age flat axe, type Migdale, variant Biggar, from Biggar, Lanarkshire, 2150 - 1950 BC

Flat axe Flat axe

Early Bronze Age flat axe, type Migdale, from Coulter, Lanarkshire, 2150 - 1950 BC

Flat axe Flat axe

Early Bronze Age broken flat axe, unclassified type, possibly a blank, from ?Lanarkshire, 2150 - 1750 BC

Flat axe Flat axe

Early Bronze Age flat axe, type Killaha, possibly from Scotland, 2200 - 2000 BC

Flat axe Flat axe

Early Bronze Age flat axe, unclassified, possibly from Lanarkshire, 2150 - 1750 BC

Flat axe Flat axe

Early Bronze Age developed flat axe, unclassified, possibly from Lanarkshire, 1950 - 1750 BC

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