Romano-British Weaving Comb
This Romano-British weaving comb was found inside Victoria Cave, Yorkshire, along with other small objects. Although other weaving implements, like spindle whorls, were found there, it was probably not a workshop. It is believed that the objects were left as offerings by members of a Romano-British cave cult.
Dearne, M J and Lord, T C (eds.) 1998. The Romano-British Archaeology of Victoria Cave, Settle. Research into the site and its artefacts. British Archaeological Reports. British Series 278
Archived in the Tot lord Collection, Yorkshire.
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