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Bone Disk (Spindle Whorl?), 1st-5th century  Spindle Whorl  Roman, 1st-5th century AD  Roman period, Imperial, 31 BC-AD 491  Bone  3.89 cm (1 9/16 in.)

Bone Disk (Spindle Whorl?), 1st-5th century Spindle Whorl Roman, 1st-5th century AD Roman period, Imperial, 31 BC-AD 491 Bone 3.89 cm (1 9/16 in.)

Excavated/Findspot Lilleberge, long barrow (scope note | all objects), Norway.   9th century C.E.  Material: siltstone.  Diameter: 4.43 centimetres Thickness: 1.17 centimetres

Excavated/Findspot Lilleberge, long barrow (scope note | all objects), Norway. 9th century C.E. Material: siltstone. Diameter: 4.43 centimetres Thickness: 1.17 centimetres

Spindle Whorls from the Jorvik Viking Centre, UK.  Spindle whorls of a range of materials and weights were found at Coppergate: typically, they were discoidal or dome –shaped, with a central perforation for attachment to the spindle, and were made of stone, bone, fired clay or from re-used Roman potsherds. The weights of the whorls vary over a range of 4 – 55gms.  http://jorvik-viking-centre.co.uk/about-jorvik/gallery/

Spindle Whorls from the Jorvik Viking Centre, UK. Spindle whorls of a range of materials and weights were found at Coppergate: typically, they were discoidal or dome –shaped, with a central perforation for attachment to the spindle, and were made of stone, bone, fired clay or from re-used Roman potsherds. The weights of the whorls vary over a range of 4 – 55gms. http://jorvik-viking-centre.co.uk/about-jorvik/gallery/

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