MSO7394 - Bronze Age Axe east of Ebshill Lodge (Find Spot)


A late Bronze Age socketed axe found at Ebshill Lodge in 1976.

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Full Description

SS 9125 4540. A Late Bronze Age socketed axe was found by Adrian Partridge at Ebshill Lodge. It was brought into the Somerset County Museum in 1976. It is of the slender, facetted variety with a single moulding around the socket and measures 11.5 centimetres long by 4.9 centimetres across the blade. Facetted socketed axes can be dated to the developed period of the Late Bronze Age, 7th - 6th Centuries BC, from their association with other bronze work. [1]

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <1>XY Article in serial: Minnitt, S.. 1978. A Late Bronze Age Socketed Axe from Luccombe. Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeology and Natural History Society. 122. P. 156-157. [Mapped feature: #46833 ]



Grid reference SS 9125 4540 (point) (Estimated from sources)
Map sheet SS94NW

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Other Statuses/References

  • National Monuments Record reference: SS 94 NW32
  • National Park
  • Pastscape HOBID (was Monarch UID): 36845
  • Somerset SMR PRN (Somerset): 34532

Record last edited

Nov 25 2020 3:25PM


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