is decorated with seven transverse zig-zag bands 5: 17. Ninety-six small shell beads, mostly
which are formed through small, very pointed, in- with the original string remaining in
cised triangles. L. 15.3 cm. Fig. 14:7. the holes.
5. L : 3. Wooden pin of same kind as -: 2 but 5: 18- Three thin, flat beads of shell. Diam.
with thicker head, having eleven 6 mm. Pl. 15: 9.
groups of triangle-bands. The pointed end broken 5: 19. One hundred and twenty-four small
off. Found sticking in the woollen fabric -: 6. beads of shell of same kind as -:21.
L. 17.3 cm. 5: 20. One hundred and fifty-five small beads
5. L : 4. Wooden object consisting of two of shell of same kind as -:21.
halves, of the same kind as 5. D: 9 etc. 5 : 21. Ninty-three small beads of shell. Diam.
When found the now decayed red wool was neat- 5-2 mm. Pl. 15:15.
ly wound round a layer of feathers in the sunken
part of the two halves. One end straight, the other 5 : 22. Small flat, oblong object, slightly
blunt-ended. The interior deeply hollowed out; it curved, of light-green dental bone ( ?).
contained a few bones from the head of a large The convex surface has ten transverse lines 25X6 lizard. The two halves are of uneven length: 11.5 mm. Pl. 15:7.
and io.5 cm. Diam. 2.6 cm. Pl. 8: 6. 5:23. Fragm. of corroded, somewhat con-
5. L: 5. One half of an object identical with cave bronze ring-fitting.
-:4. The hollowed part is painted 5:24-25. Two small bronze fragm., possibly of
red. 9X2.7 cm. Pl. 8: 1. two-winged . arrow-points.
5. L : 6. Two fragm. of an undyed, pale yel- 5: 26. A few corroded bronze fragm.
lowish-white woollen mantle in rep
weave. The warp twisted somewhat harder than 5: 27. Wooden cup, made in one piece. Near
the weft. Selvage preserved at one part, strength- the edge there are two pairs of holes
ened by a thick cord. 7 cm. from each other. H. 11 cm. Diam. 13.5
5: 29. Small wooden object of nearly the
same shape as -:28. 51X14 mm.
Finds mainly from the S ll r- 5 : 30. Fragm. of round wooden peg with
face of Cemetery 5. four globular mouldings and two
(5 1-5 44 from the flat eastern end of the hill.) transverse rows of small triangles filled with red.
5: 1-2. Two willow-leaf-shaped arrow-heads 5: 31-39. Nine fragm. of arrow-shafts or pegs
of light-green silex and brown chert. of wood, decorated with transverse or
Rather blunt-ended, of inferior make. - : 2 is longitudinal rows of small triangles filled with
slightly polished. L. 39 and 41 mm. Pl. 12 : 4-5. red.
5: 3. About half of a leaf-shaped arrow- 5: 40. Two-winged arrow-point of bone with
head of green silex. Pl. 12 : 6. large barbs and a socket to receive the
5: 4. Leaf-shaped arrow-head ? of polished shaft. On each side six incised lines, V-shaped.
slate. L. 42 mm. Br. 12 mm. PI. 12 : 3.
5: 5- Whetstone of slate, one edge has some 5 : 41. Small bone object of unknown use. A
transverse lines. 97X25 mm. straight piece with an oblique project-
5:6. Flat bead of green, flamy serpentine. ion. Decorated with four groups of transverse
lines. A groove follows one edge of the project-
Diam. 9 mm. PI. 15:8. ion and continues along the shorter part of
5: 7-15. Nine barrel-shaped beads of striated, straight member. L. 73 mm. Pl. 12 : 11.
grey and white opal. L. 12-8 mm. Pl. 5:42 Bone object of same type as -:41
15: 16. but with broken points. Pl. 12: 10.
5: 16. Eight small beads of shell (a Spondy- 5: 43. Fragm. of bone lamella with one flat
/us) attached to the original cord. and one convex surface, the latter
5. L : 7. Small bundle of reddish-brown wool,
wound round in two places with the 5 : 28. Rectangular wooden object, handle ?
same kind of thread, in one of which a small One side convex, the other concave, at
feather is inserted. each end a moulding. 79X18 mm. Pl. 9 : 7.