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Cirencester’s Bronze Cockerel

Cotswold Archaeology announced that the Cirencester cockerel—a colorful, enameled bronze figurine of a young rooster discovered in a child’s grave in 2011—will go on display at Corinium Museum this month. Such figurines are thought to have been crafted in Britain and exported across the empire, but only eight of them have survived.

read more Cirencester’s Bronze Cockerel – Archaeology Magazine.

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This entry was posted on September 17, 2014 by in Animals, Archaeology.

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