beakerAccession number: A17460
Production date: Early Bronze Age
Measurements: H 138 mm; DM (base) 62 mm;DM (rim) 113 mm
Museum Section: Prehistoric
Summary: Complete Beaker (East Anglian type), with buff fabric. The decoration is notched throughout in three zones of short vertical impressions defined above and below by 3 or 4 horizontal lines. Found in a gravel pit at Erith, 3 ft below the surface, in a small cavity, about 5 ft from another beaker (accession number A17459).
Location: Object on display at Museum of London, London Before London (Prehistoric) Gallery
Category: Neolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age.
Sub-category: Late Neolithic & Early Bronze Age Beakers.
Clarke, David L., Beaker pottery of Great Britain and Ireland Gulbenkian archaeological series London : Cambridge University Press, (1970). Volume 1 Pages: 280pISSN ISBN 0521072492 (Object details: no 399 fig 403, cited)
Jessup, R.F., The Archaeology of Kent Methuen & Co Ltd, (1930). (Object details: p 90-91, cited)
The Victoria History of the Counties of England, The Victoria history of the county of Kent 1 Editor; Page, William The Victoria history of the counties of England London: St Catherine Press, (1908). Volume 1 Pages: 324 (Object details: -, cited)