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|Bronze Age: |
Limestone wall plaque. Dressed on two faces. A band of black paint runs vertically along the front (broader) face and along the front edge of the top face. On the front face, to the left of the paint bands is a raised lump of limestone. The lump is covered in grey plaster, into which are impressed small triangles, pointing downward. (Orientation of the piece is based on Raybun examples.) Found on surface, near the robbed out area.