A copper alloy pin found at the site of the Little Chester Roman fort. This loose find was found on top of a Roman metalled surface. It has a lozenge-shaped head that is typically Anglo-Scandinavian, but the lack of a secure finds context and its proximity to a Roman surface indicates that it could be Roman.
- Viking Objects
- Derby Museum and Art Gallery
- copper_alloy, Derby, Derby_Museums, Derbyshire, Little Chester, pin, Scandinavian
You can see the original at Derby Museum and Art Gallery.
This object is related to
Find out about Derby, Derbyshire.
(c) Derby Museums 2019
Derbyshire Archaeological Journal (2002), pp. 150, 254-55.