Green Bronze Item

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Green Bronze Item

Post by North »

Using my XP Deus set on GM Power I dug this about 6 inches down on a stubble field next to a Roman Fort and a Roman road
Any help in an identification would be appreciated.

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Re: Green Bronze Item

Post by Oxgirl36 »

No idea what it is but am also intrigued to know ::g
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Re: Green Bronze Item

Post by fred »

That looks like it might be a casting sprue from either a large or multiple mould. ::g
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Re: Green Bronze Item

Post by Rhon »

Maybe a pot leg ???

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