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Here’s the second posting from Steve Sherlock. This is copyright effects of bupropion material so please treat accordingly. These pictures will be available in a book from Kirkleatham Museum quiet soon.
Plan of grave 29 to show the location of the sword within the grave
A poem from John Stockwell plus a downloadable Anglo-Sax
on Quiz !
Also another posting from Steve Sherlock
the display levitra online
Steve has promised to share a picture and some info with us each day. These will be part of a larger collection available in a book obtainable in the first instance from Kirkleatham Museum. This is copyright material please treat it accordingly
Beads with coins from grave 21 after conservation, positioned as found
NB. The coins are Iron Age (pre-Roman) and therefore 600 years old when adapted into jewellery in the c7th.
It was so busy yesterday that it was hard to get pictures of the exhibits. Here are some taken this morning before visitors started to arrive.
The exhibition go off to a terrific start after the ribbon was cut by His Worshipfullness the Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland Cllr Ray Goddard. Over 600 visitors came on the first day and the following are some video interviews on the day.
There’s a fantastic collection of photos from Christine Wilson on the Skinningrove site. Below are just three examples. You can see the full set if you click here.