Tomlin, R. S O. (1988). Exhibits at ballots. Antiq J 68. Vol 68, pp. 306-328.

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Exhibits at ballots
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Antiq J 68
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Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London
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68
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306 - 328
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Short articles on: a Roman writing tablet from London (R S O Tomlin); a Roman askos handle from Fishbourne (A Down & M Henig); iron shackles with padlock and chain from the Tyne at Corbridge (F H Thompson); the Shrewsbury bowl of 14th century (the earliest hallmarked piece of English silver) (Marian Campbell); Egyptian blue from the LBA site at Runnymede (S P Needham & M Bimson); a late Roman gold ring and other objects from Richborough (M Henig & Jack Ogden); an RB linch pin from Wootton, Humb S, with apotropaic thumb (K Leahy & M Henig); an RB steelyard weight from Manton, Humb S (the same); med chessman from Habrough, Humb S (of antler) (K Leahy).
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R S O Tomlin
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1988
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Askos Handle (Auto Detected Subject))
Gold Ring (Auto Detected Subject))
Linch Pin (Auto Detected Subject))
Padlock (Auto Detected Subject))
English Silver (Auto Detected Subject))
14th Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Shrewsbury Bowl (Auto Detected Subject))
Roman (Auto Detected Temporal)
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05 Dec 2008