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Name: Lion's Face Detail From Raeren Vessel
Type: Ceramics
Dimensions: Length:31 mm; Width: 16 mm
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Date Range: Circa 1600
Site: Cupids
Culture: European
Description:
Lion's face detail from a stoneware vessel (probably a jug) made in Raeren in what is now Belgium and found northeast of the dwelling house.


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Name: Clay Pipe Bowl (39,629)
Type: Clay Pipes
Dimensions: Height of bowl: 28 mm; Width at rim:13 mm
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Date Range: 1620-1640
Site: Cupids
Culture: European - English
Description:
Tiny clay pipe bowl with rouletting around rim. It was made in England (probably London) sometime between 1620 and 1640 and found just southeast of Structure 2.


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Name: werra slipware
Type: Ceramics
Dimensions: length:43mm; width: 42mm; thickness: 13mm
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Date Range: circa 1590-1625
Site: Cupids
Culture: European - German
Description:
Fragment of a Werra Slipware dish manufatured in Germany sometime between 1590 and 1625 and found in a shallow pit southwest of the dwelling house at Cupids. Red-brown sandy fabric with brown lead glaze over a pale green-yellow slip decoration on the inside of the dish.


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Name: Tin Plated Copper Pin.
Type: Metal
Dimensions: Length: 26mm; Width: 2 mm.
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Date Range: seventeenth century
Site: Cupids
Culture: European - English
Description:
Tin plated, copper alloy pin found just north of the dwelling house. In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries these pins were used to hold clothing together


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Name: Copper Buckle
Type: Metal
Dimensions: Length: 20 mm; Width:18 mm.
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Date Range: circa 1600-1650
Site: Cupids
Culture: European - English
Description:
Single cast flat backed copper buckle with beveled front and possible traces of silver. Probably a belt buckle, it was found east of the dwelling house.


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