Total of 15 metal objects was found in T 21, 10 bronze and 5 iron. With the exception of the bronze hair pin (Find #6, p. 19 ), which was found during baulk trim in an area largely disturbed by root action,all other metal finds were uncovered from the burn layer associated with orientalizing strata. 6 amorphous pieces of bone (Find #2, pg. 45 ; Find # 21, pg. 117 ; Find #1, pg. 93 ; Find # 12, pg. 127 ; Find #5, pg. 163 ; Find #2, pg. 167 ) and 4 fragments of finished bronze objects including hair pin (Find #6, pg. 19 ), elongated bronze object (Find #7, pg. 59 ), fibula fragment (find #9, pg. 95 ), and possible codder pin (Find #6, pg. 163 ) were found.
Iron finds included a rod/nail (Find #5, pg. 65 ), and 4 amorphous slags (Find #14, pg. 109 , Find #20, Pg. 115 , Find #5, pg. 133 , Find #4, pg. 163 ), two of which are of relatively large size and weight and be iron nuggets.
Also 4 crucible fragments were found. All 4 were uncovered from burn layer of locus 14, which is southernmost area of T 21 excavated this year and most proximal to the South-East Building (the workshop).
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