Statements in which the resource exists as a subject.
PredicateObject
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ecrm:P45_consists_of
ecrm:P51_has_former_or_curr...
bmo:PX_has_main_representat...
ecrm:P12i_was_present_at
ecrm:P52_has_current_owner
ecrm:P138i_has_representati...
ecrm:P128_carries
ecrm:P70i_is_documented_in
ecrm:P50_has_current_keeper
ecrm:P30i_custody_transferr...
ecrm:P1_is_identified_by
ecrm:P55_has_current_locati...
ecrm:P24i_changed_ownership...
ecrm:P49_has_former_or_curr...
bmo:PX_object_type
bmo:PX_display_wrap
Acquisition (From) :: Pretty, Edith M to The British Museum ::, Acquisition date :: 1939 ::, Appeared in exhibition :: G2 Changing Museum ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Bruce-Mitford 1978 Fig.284-285 ::, Consists of :: gold ::, Dimension Length :: 76.00mm ::, Dimension Width :: 2.00mm ::, Found (in) :: Sutton Hoo ::, Located in gallery :: G2/dc158 :: 26 Oct 2011, Object type :: mount ::, Production Period / Culture :: Early Anglo-Saxon ::, Production date :: early 7thC ::, Subject :: animal ::, Uses technique :: punched ::
bmo:PX_object_exhibition_la...
Exhibition label :: G2 Changing Museum :: Gold mounts A number of very fine gold mounts were found in the ship burial. The most elaborate of these consists of a gold ring with an attached strip, all made from filigree and set with red garnet gems. It appears to have been made for mounting onto a narrow rod or wand. Anglo-Saxon, AD early 600s
bmo:PX_physical_description
Gold mount consisting of a narrow, fluted strip with a plain back and the front decorated with two flutings. One end is bent over, with a rounded tip; the other end has an animal head terminal with two punched eyes, long tapering snout and a hole for a rivet or nail above the head.
ecrm:P108i_was_produced_by
ecrm:P43_has_dimension
ecrm:P48_has_preferred_iden...