Mortar of bell metal weighing 107 lbs. From Kingsworthy, Hampshire. Medieval.
Part of a rosary, consisting of 17 disc-shaped ivory or bone beads on a narrow velvet ribbon. From Hyde Abbey, Winchester, Hampshire.
Lead papal bulla of Pope Alexander VI (1492-1503). From Hyde Abbey, Winchester, Hampshire. Medieval.
Carved capital decorated with stylised animal heads. From Hyde Church, Hyde Abbey, Winchester, Hampshire.
Large copper alloy stud, decorative structural fitting from context 6010, Evans Halshaw site, Hyde Street, Winchester (WINCM:AY 35). Possibly Roman?
Mount / Fitting
Copper alloy decorative mount from context 6248, Evans Halshaw site, Hyde Street, Winchester (WINCM:AY 35).
Unidentified object / Fitting
Square copper alloy fitting from context 8003, Evans Halshaw site, Hyde Street, Winchester (WINCM:AY 35).
Coin / Penny
Silver long cross penny of Edward III, initial mark Cross Potent, minted London AD 1361-3 from context 8029, Evans Halshaw site, Hyde Street, Winchester.
Balance / Scales
Most of a folding balance of medieval date recovered from the 1999 season of the Hyde Abbey Community Archaeology project. Consists of two arms and the crosspiece, with part of the suspension loop
Fragment of sculpture found at the Hyde Abbey Community Archaeology excavations in 1999. The stone is Caen, from Normandy and perhaps from a roof or canopy.
Medieval copper alloy buckle with an oval frame and composite plate with forked spacer. The frame has a projection paralleling the tongue, which is missing. The round aperture on the concave
Copper alloy pin with gilt copper alloy head in the form of a draped and knotted scarf. The head, cast separately, is fixed to the shaft with lead-tin solder, a rather weak attachment that is
Medieval domed circular mount of copper alloy. The edge is nicked, possibly to imitate beading, and fine grooves spiral down from the top to the edge. The separate rivet is missing. Probably late 13th
Lamp / Cresset
Handled lamp of Caen stone. The bowl is octagonal with a concave well and a central deep hollow. The handle is also octagonal, four long sides alternating with four short. It has a right angled hole
Medieval iron shears. From the site of Hyde Abbey, Winchester, Hampshire. Found in 1895.
Early post-medieval cast dog-headed copper-alloy barrel tap with rectangular-sectioned outlet. From Hyde Churchyard, Winchester, Hampshire. 16th-17th century date.
Carved capital showing Abraham about to sacrifice Isaac. From Hyde Abbey, Winchester, Hampshire.
Fragment of medieval inlaid floor tile, depicting a griffin. From Hyde Abbey, Winchester, Hampshire. Medieval.