Archaeological Oddities: Llyn Cerrig Bach


AO Llyn Cerrig Bach-001


Thank to John Swogger for suggesting I tackle this site, to Helen Chittock for lending me the original report, to Jody Joy for a list of references and to Dr A for discussing ideas with me.

Other Archaeological Oddities can be found here.

Read more about the Llyn Cerrig Bach finds on John Swogger’s site and on the National Museum of Wales website.

Archaeological Oddities: The Penbryn Spoons


AO Divination


You can read more about the spoons, and similar finds here and here and here.

Click here for more Archaeological Oddities.

A5 copies of Archaeological Oddities Volume One now available on my etsy shop – only £2 + postage!

Dr H

Crafting the Mold Cape

AO Mold Cape

Sorry, this isn’t a post about Bronze Age goldworking…

I just couldn’t move on from the Mold Cape before posting a couple of links and encouraging any keen knitters and crafters  to get out their needles and get busy.

First, check out the Mold Cape knitting pattern,

Or go here to get inspiration for your own Mold Cape plush doll:

Mold Cape Commish by devliann

Finally, I am working on a Make-your-own Archaeological Oddities Mold Cape. Watch this space…

Dr H