Early Medieval Bone Spoons from Winchester

‘Early Medieval Bone Spoons from Winchester’, by John Collis and Birthe Kjølbye-Biddle presents the six bone spatulate spoons decorated with Ringerike–Winchester style engravings.

They form part of a sequence of spoons from the late Roman to the thirteenth century, but unlike the well-known examples with ecclesiastical associations, these spoons of the eleventh century seem to be domestic.

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