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DZSWS:1983.2798 Copper engraving, Stonehenge, Prospect from Bush barrow, c 1720, Stukeley del.
DZSWS:1983.7040 Photographs, showing enlargements of objects in Devizes Museum (including a dagger, an axe blade and gold pins), Devizes, Wiltshire.
DZSWS:STHEAD.148 1 bronze flanged axehead with traces of coarse cloth visible on the blade, found with a primary male inhumation (near the shoulders) in Bowl Barrow Wilsford G5, excavated by William Cunnington. Image of axe
DZSWS:STHEAD.149 1 gold lozenge-shaped breast plate made of thin gold covering a wooden plaque and decorated with four nested lozenge-shaped bands of four engraved lines each, the central one of which contains a chequered design with a zigzag design between the outer two bands, perforated at both ends, found with a primary male inhumation (over chest) in Bowl Barrow Wilsford G5, excavated by William Cunnington. Image of plaque
DZSWS:STHEAD.150 1 polished oval macehead made from a fossil coral, perforated through the middle and containing traces of bronze. Found with a male inhumation (by right side) and possibly forming a sceptre. Bowl Barrow Wilsford G5, known as Bush Barrow, excavated by William Cunnington. Image of mace
DZSWS:STHEAD.151 1 miniature gold lozenge-shaped ornament decorated with three nested lozenge-shaped lines (engraved), found with a primary male inhumation (by right side) in Bowl Barrow Wilsford G5, excavated by William Cunnington. Image of ornament
DZSWS:STHEAD.152 1 bone end mound (possibly for a wooden sceptre) with 6 projecting points, found with a primary male inhumation (by right side) in Bowl Barrow Wilsford G5, excavated by William Cunnington.
DZSWS:STHEAD.152, 152a, 161 3 bone end mounts for the handle of the mace (STHEAD 150) or a separate object such as a baton or sceptre, each cut with projecting points in a zigzag formation, found with a primary male inhumation (by right side) in Bowl Barrow Wilsford G5, excavated by William Cunnington.
DZSWS:STHEAD.152a 1 bone end mound (possibly for a wooden sceptre) with 1 projecting point (the rest being broken), found with a primary male inhumation (by right side) in Bowl Barrow Wilsford G5, excavated by William Cunnington.
DZSWS:STHEAD.155 1 copper dagger (Amorico British Class 1a) with a small tang, six rivets and parts of a wooden sheath adhering to the blade (originally with a handle inset with thousands of gold pins), found with a primary male inhumation (near right arm) in Bowl Barrow Wilsford G5, excavated by William Cunnington. Image of dagger
DZSWS:STHEAD.156 1 gold belt hook decorated with four nested rectangular bands of three engraved lines, found with a primary male inhumation (near right arm) in Bowl Barrow Wilsford G5, excavated by William Cunnington. Image of buckle
DZSWS:STHEAD.157 9 wooden fragments of dagger haft containing an inlay of minute gold pins, 1mm long, originally forming a zig-zag pattern (destroyed en-route to Stourhead) found with primary male inhumation in bowl barrow Wilsford G5, excavated by William Cunnington. Image of haft
DZSWS:STHEAD.157a Hundreds of loose minute gold studs (1-2mm long), from the inlaid wooden handle of a copper dagger, arranged in a chevron or zig-zag pattern, found with primary male inhumation in bowl barrow Wilsford G5, otherwise known as Bush barrow, excavated by William Cunnington, 1808. Image of stud
DZSWS:STHEAD.159 1 bronze dagger (the largest found in Wiltshire) with 6 rivet holes (three remaining) and parts of a wooden sheath adhereing to the blade, decorated with a rounded ridge, found with a primary male inhumation (near right arm) in Bowl Barrow Wilsford G5, excavated by William Cunnington. Image of dagger
DZSWS:STHEAD.161 Fragments of two cylindrical bone mounts cut into sharply pointed zigzags (possibly mountings for a wooden sceptre), found with a primary male inhumation (by right side) in Bowl Barrow Wilsford G5, excavated by William Cunnington.
DZSWS:STHEAD.162 33 small bronze rivets, 1 large rivet, a small bronze hook and 4 fragments of wood with a bronze fragment attached (possibly part of a shield or helmet), found with a primary male inhumation (near head) in Bowl Barrow Wilsford G5, excavated by William Cunnington. Image of rivet
DZSWS:1997.77 An undecorated pot sherd, broken into two pieces, found about 1953 at a round barrow (Bush barrow G5), near Stonehenge, Wilsford cum Lake, Wiltshire.
DZSWS:2004.425 A plaster cast / facsimile of the golden lozenge from Bush Barrow G5, Wilsford, Wiltshire.
DZSWS:2008.23.2 A replica of the small Bush Barrow gold lozenge created to commemorate the 150th anniversary of WANHS, made by David J Newbould. 44 were made and this in no.44.
DZSWS:2008.23.1 A replica of the small Bush Barrow gold lozenge created to commemorate the 150th anniversary of WANHS, made by David J Newbould. 44 were made and this in no.1.
DZSWS:MSS.2596 Volume of 6 books of notes by William Cunnington I on barrows, earthworks and camps in Wiltshire based on journeys in 1806, including Upavon, Marden, Roundway, Shrewton, Knap Hill, Cley Hill, Bromham, Morgan's Hill, Pewsey, Marlborough, Barbury, Oare and Chisbury; Bulford, Corton, Stonehenge,Codford; Bush Barrow, Upton Lovell, Barford Down, Wansdyyke, Longbridge Deverill, Warminster, Upton Scudamore, Winterborne Stoke; Hilcot, Lake Downs, Durrington, Beckhampton and the Rollright stones in Oxfordshire. Also copies of letters to Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Mr Owen and Mr Leman and some notes by Sir Richard Colt Hoare.
DZSWS:MSS.3626 Exhibition guide for the event at Wiltshire Heritage Museum in October 2008 to mark the bicentennial of the discovery of the Bush Barrow gold in 1808.
DZSWS:301 1 bow of bronze brooch, pin and spring lost, from near Bush Barrow, Wilsford cum Lake, Wiltshire.
DZSWS:Book.15241 The Bush Barrow Chieftain/Dawson, David/Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society/2013.
DZSWS:Book.15724 Ritual in Early Bronze Age Grave Goods: an examiniation of ritual and dress equipment from Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age graves in England/Woodward, Ann and Hunter, John/Oxbow Books/2015.
DZSWS:Book.10715 Zwolf Jahre Luftbildarchaeologie in Sachsen-Anhalt/ Meller, Harald/ 2003.




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