List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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Theme / Art / 600 - 800

  1. The Sultanganj Buddha The Sultanganj Buddha Contributed by Museum
  2. Wild Goat style jug Wild Goat style jug Contributed by Museum
  3. Admonitions Scroll Admonitions Scroll Contributed by The British Museum
  4. Saxon Princess Pendant Saxon Princess Pendant Contributed by Museum
  5. The Ripon Jewel The Ripon Jewel Contributed by Museum
  6. Metalwork - The Ardagh Chalice Metalwork - The Ardagh Chalice Contributed by Museum
  7. Pictish Sculpture - Knotwork Fragment Pictish Sculpture - Knotwork Fragment Contributed by Museum
  8. Pictish Sculpture - The 'Dragon Stone' Pictish Sculpture - The 'Dragon Stone' Contributed by Museum
  9. Strathmartine Pictish Sculptured Stone Strathmartine Pictish Sculptured Stone Contributed by Museum
  10. Saxon Cosmetic Brush Saxon Cosmetic Brush Contributed by Museum
  11. Statue of Tara Statue of Tara Contributed by The British Museum
  12. saxon bronze strapend saxon bronze strapend Contributed by Individual
  13. Bronze book hasp Bronze book hasp Contributed by Individual
  14. A 4cm high figurine A 4cm high figurine Contributed by Individual
  15. Part of Anglo-Saxon frieze Part of Anglo-Saxon frieze Contributed by Museum

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