Fig 2. The Roman vessel discovered with the Late Bronze Age hoard. After Barnwell108 Fig 3. The better-preserved spearhead from the hoard whose shaft has been dated by radiocarbon. After Burgess et al109 Fig 4. General view of the area in which the Broadward hoard was discovered, showing a nineteenth century pumphouse in the background.
Fig 5. The microtopography of the areas studied, showing the location of the hoard and the position of the earthwork enclosure.
Fig 6. The area excavated around the findspot of the hoard. The shaded area shows the disturbed area around the former spring, and the symbol marks the position of the pit.
Fig 7. The pit interpreted as the findspot of the hoard cut by the remains of a nineteenth century well.
Fig 8. Profile of the pit interpreted as the context of the metalwork hoard. The drawing also indicates the position of the post-medieval wooden ‘knife’ or ‘dagger’.
Fig 9. The topography of the circular enclosure, showing traces of rig-and-furrow and the extent of excavation.
Fig 10. Details of the ditch terminal (context 3004) and the partly excavated pit (context 3008).
Figs 11a and b. Pollen diagrams for the palaeochannel sampled at Broadward.
Fig 12. The wooden ‘knife’ or ‘dagger’ deposited from the spring deposit.
Fig 13. The shale bracelet (upper) and the stone macehead (lower) from deposits around the spring disturbed during nineteenth century land reclamation.
Fig 14. The bone gouge from the Bronze Age pit on the edge of the spring deposit.
Fig 15. The clay weight from the pit in the entrance to the circular enclosure.