Find Spot record MYO193 - find-spot, flanged axehead

Summary

A Bronze Age bronze flanged axe, found at Bishopthorpe, is in York Museum (accession number YM 1319/1948), on loan from Mr BWJ Kent of Tatefield Hall Beckwithshaw. Mr Kent states that the axe was bought by his father in circa 1900 and that he has no knowledge of its find spot.

Location

Grid reference SE 5900 4750 (point)
Map sheet SE54NE
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire
Civil Parish Bishopthorpe, City of York, North Yorkshire

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NMR Information:

A flanged axe, found at Bishopthorpe, is listed in the Brit. Ass. Catalogue. (1)

This axe is displayed in York Museum under the accession number
YM 1319/1948, and is on loan from Mr. B.W.J. Kent of Tatefield
Hall Beckwithshaw. Mr Kent states that the axe was bought by his
father c. 1900 and that he has no knowledge of its find spot. (2)

1
VIRTUAL CATALOGUE ENTRY TO SUPPORT NAR MIGRATION


Elgee, F. 1933. Archaeol. Yorks, p.252

2
Field Investigators Comments


F1 ECW 17-JUN-63

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Record last edited

Jul 31 2019 11:28AM

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