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Bronze Hoard from Farley Heath

Identifier: 439 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Bronze hoard found at Farley Heath in 1853, perhaps connected with the Roman temple (HER 438). It comprised a socketed axe and parts of three axes, two palstaves, a spearhead, an arrowhead, a chise...

Probable Saxon Cauldron and Associated Vessels, Wotton

Identifier: 38 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A bronze cauldron containing nine bronze vessels, most likely of a late Roman or Saxon date.

Hoard of Bronze Axes and Copper Cake, Coast Hill

Identifier: 53 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A hoard found in a rock cavity in 1787, by workmen quarrying sandstone. It consisted of lumps of copper cake, two socketed axes and a curved object, perhaps a sickle.

Bronze Age founders hoard, Staines

Identifier: 769 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Bronze Age “founders” hoard at Staines. A broken sword, part of a broken axe and two damaged spearheads were found together at Staines, and are now in the London Museum.

Late Bronze Age founders hoard, Banstead

Identifier: 1082 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Bronze Age hoard found in 1933. Ten bronze lumps (part of an ingot of the type found in Late Bronze Age “founder's hoards”) were dug up, but the exact site is not known. A trial excavation by F...

Bronze Age founders hoard, Chelsham

Identifier: 1199 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A Bronze Age founder's hoard was found "about the 500ft contour and north of the plantation" at Beddlestead Farm, Chelsham, when digging for flints circa 1900. It consisted of five socketed axes, ...

Two Early Bronze Age spearheads

Identifier: 3694 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Two bronze spearheads were discovered in 1959 while digging the foundations of a house at Curly Hill Road, Lightwater. The objects were found within a short space of time from the same area and may...

Late Bronze Age Bronze Hoard

Identifier: 3120 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Late Bronze Age socketed axe, sword fragment and pieces of copper “cake”. Found probably in 1988, reported in January 1989.

Late Bronze Age hafted axe, Charlton gravel pit, Shepperton (Shepperton Ranges).

Identifier: 2850 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A Late Bronze Age socketed axe found during gravel raising at Charlton gravel pit, Shepperton (Shepperton Ranges). The axe is bronze, socketed of late type, with a loop. It is complete with jointe...

Late Bronze Age bronze hoard

Identifier: 1726 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Bronze implements, three palstaves and two socketed axes, found in 1886, a short distance from the "Soldiers Ring" (HER 1728) and Crooksbury Hill. The finds are in Guildford Museum. See HER 2169 ...