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British Archaeology (Fb6479)
Fragment of upper quernstone pecked all over with part of the central perforation burnt.
British Archaeology (Fb6480)
Fragment of upper quernstone with pecked channels on the lower surface.
British Archaeology (Fb6481)
Fragment of lower (?) quernstone with grouped channeling - the other surface has obscured channeling suggesting re-use.
British Archaeology (Q1881)
Stone mortar with two opposing lugs and a third vestigial lug between them. Mortar is possibly made from limestone.
British Archaeology (Q1885)
Lead rainhead with rectangular cross-section. Cornice has plain, rounded, square and 'S' mouldings. Beneath the 'waist' is a semi-circular expansion to which is attached a winged cherub's head. Tapering section below is plain.
British Archaeology (Q1886)
Lead rainhead with half-round cross section. Lower end is decorated with a zone of acanthus leaf columns between two horizontal mouldings. Flanges for attachment to building on each side.
British Archaeology (Q1887)
Half-round marble vessel monument from church (?) Red painted inscription on the front in classical Roman-style. Inscription reads: 'D.M.TI.CL.TYRANNO / CL.VICTORIA / PATRONO.ET.CONI / UGI.BENE.MEREN / TI.FEC.ET.SIBI.ET. / SUIS.POSTERISQU. / SUORUM'.
British Archaeology (Q1888)
Three quarters complete cannon ball. Probably fired from battery point, Portishead, onto Denny Island, as target practice.
British Archaeology (Q1889)
Unequal slab of limestone (in three pieces a, b and c) with incised design on flatter face: two Z-shaped bands of three parallel lines, disposed to intersect symmetrically. a - 274, 230, 56mm b - 255, 243, 58mm c - 201, 138, 52mm.
British Archaeology (Q1894)
Fragment of limestone moulding. Possibly part of same structure as Q1895-6.
British Archaeology (Q1896)
Fragment of limestone with no definite moulding. Perhaps from the same structure as Q1894-5.
British Archaeology (Q1897)
Stone mortar with two large lugs and two vestigial lugs (one chipped). Decorative incised band (35mm) below rim.
British Archaeology (Q1898)
Buff / orange glazed stoneware rain water head of semi-circular section, with decorative horizontal moulded banding.
British Archaeology (Q1899)
Stoneware rain water pipe in two pieces (Q1899a-b) Pipe is of round section with one end expanded for joint and the other end contracted with screw thread. Raised moulding in the middle.
British Archaeology (Q1902)
Biscuit fired squat pot with wide, bifurcated rim (possibly for a lid seating?). Vessel has two holes in rim for a handle attachment. Possibly a slop / pail / commode pot.
British Archaeology (Q1911)
Rectangular stone block with carved bevelled joint edge with cable pattern in relief. Possibly part of a cornice (?)
British Archaeology (Q1916)
Irregular shaped stone, conglomerate, with one flat worked face.
British Archaeology (Q1917)
Stone mortar with two protruding D-section lugs on opposing sides. Decorated with incised band running round the girth (50mm) below the rim, under which are two motifs of two opposed curved lines giving a Y-shape, quarter of rim badly chipped.
British Archaeology (Q1918)
Stone mortar with rounded square base, round at rim and four lugs - one at each corner.
British Archaeology (Q1950)
Matching pair (Q1950a-b) of wooden, turned and carved balusters. Baluster on a square plinth, with square reed base and circular top half with punch decoration at top and bottom.
British Archaeology (Q1951)
Ornate carved triangular column with round top (possibly to take another section). Decorated with acanthus leaves, scrolls at the bottom and roses and flowers at the top.
British Archaeology (Q1953)
Limestone pilaster base with rounded mouldings. Small stump of column shaft, broken off with irregular end.
British Archaeology (Q1962)
A-D. Moulded marble fireplace in three pieces (top and two jambs a-c). Fireplace has plain square arches and black, rectangular marble slab. Rectangular slab (d), possibly a narrow hearth or an inset for the fire surround, of slate or dark grey marble, which has flaking remains of gloss black paint on its front surface only. Plain rectangular fireplace opening, deeply curved bolection moulded members with no other decoration. Measurements are external maximums when assembled. (Q1962d is 105.3cm L x 15.4W x 2.2D.)
British Archaeology (Q1965)
Carved stone, possibly part of a frieze, with part of lion in top right hand corner. Bottom left hand corner is a coil with a figure on top, sitting on a skull. Stone is carved in deep relief and is very much defaced.
British Archaeology (Q1966)
Stone capital of a pilaster with bolection moulding and central section of foliage.
British Archaeology (Q1969)
Fireplace incorporating frieze or architrave and top part of Tudor arch in six pieces (Q1969a-f). Frieze consists of foliate scroll enclosing five-petalled flowers. Beneath the frieze is a border of arch surround enclosing decoration of alternate dot and stud. Quadrant moulding arch, shield in each pandrel, left hand containing 'RFB' and the right indistinguishable, but may be a monogram of the same initials (?) Q1969a - 335, 135, 175mm Q1969b - 395, 320, 180mm Q1969c - 305, 180, 380mm Q1969d, e (conjoined) 1780, 520, 120mm Q1969f 230, 170, 199mm (found but not photographed).
British Archaeology (Q1972)
Oak bracket in form of a scroll with ochre wash.
British Archaeology (Q1974)
Stone, architectural door jamb, chamfered and stopped and rebated at the back.
British Archaeology (Q1975)
Limestone jamb with moulded chamfer and bar stop. Jamb is rebated to go into the wall.
British Archaeology (Q1976)
Moulded window jamb with triangular section and wave moulding on hypotenuse. Painted red (partially surviving).
British Archaeology (Q1977)
Moulded jamb with triangular section. Probably part of the same structure as Q1976.
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