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Some of the Lewis Chessmen may not have been chessmen at all according to new research. The 12th and 13th century gaming pieces which were discovered in Uig on the Isle of Lewis in 1831 are considered to be Scotland’s most renowned archaeological find

Some of the Lewis Chessmen may not have been chessmen at all according to new research. The 12th and 13th century gaming pieces which were discovered in Uig on the Isle of Lewis in 1831 are considered to be Scotland’s most renowned archaeological find

London-type ware. Pottery baluster jug; yellow-green glaze, band of brown round neck & brown zigzag on body with yellow-green pads; rod handle; Rouen-style decoration.

London-type ware. Pottery baluster jug; yellow-green glaze, band of brown round neck & brown zigzag on body with yellow-green pads; rod handle; Rouen-style decoration.

Germany. c. 980 - c. 1150. Steel or iron. Long. Total: 95.3 cm. Long. Blade: 82.2 cm, width.: 5.1 cm, Weight: 1,195 kg. Shaped knob "Brazil nut". Wallace Collection A457

Germany. c. 980 - c. 1150. Steel or iron. Long. Total: 95.3 cm. Long. Blade: 82.2 cm, width.: 5.1 cm, Weight: 1,195 kg. Shaped knob "Brazil nut". Wallace Collection A457

British Museum - jug; Medieval; 12thC; Coventry

British Museum - jug; Medieval; 12thC; Coventry

Mid to late 12c Jug | Museum of London

Mid to late 12c Jug | Museum of London

Mid 12c Jug | Museum of London

Mid 12c Jug | Museum of London

Gold finger-ring formed from four tightly twisted gold rods, tapering slightly towards their ends; these are hammered together to form a narrow oblong band, which is flat and plain. the rods consist of two plain thick ones alternating, in the twist, with two thin ones, which had been individually twisted first. in worn condition. Evidence of 3 nicks. 10th-11th cent.  England.  Photo credit - British Museum

Gold finger-ring formed from four tightly twisted gold rods, tapering slightly towards their ends; these are hammered together to form a narrow oblong band, which is flat and plain. the rods consist of two plain thick ones alternating, in the twist, with two thin ones, which had been individually twisted first. in worn condition. Evidence of 3 nicks. 10th-11th cent. England. Photo credit - British Museum

Norman banners

Norman banners

Cooking pot. 11th-12th c | Museum of London

Cooking pot. 11th-12th c | Museum of London

Hastings

Hastings