A fragment of an Anglo-Saxon bone comb, provisionally dated to 10th-11th centuries. It is decorated with some simple rings and dots. Found in Trench 3 during excavations at Lindisfarne, Northumberland in 2016. According to ‘An Atlas of Medieval Combs from Northern Europe’, it is the most northerly English example, although they are also found in northern and western Scotland.
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