A Bronze Age bracelet made of fine twisted gold, found with five rings in a field on the edge of Windsor in about 2011
made of bronze and broken into two pieces, with a four-sided decorative top, Found in Wraybury. dated as Anglo-Saxon
made of bronze and decorated. Unfortunately the hook is missing. Found in Wraybury. dated as Anglo-Saxon
Blue glass pendant with small metal ring attached, found at Wraysbury Manor Farm.
made of bone/antler part of the head of the comb is missing but 18 teeth remain. Found in Wraybury.
made of iron, this little knife would have a wooden handle. Found in Wraybury.
It would have been used to weigh a spindle when wool was wound by hand. A woman who spun was called a spinster. Possibly Anglo-Saxon. Found in Wraybury
King Coenwulf of Mercia. 796-821 AD the coin was found during an archaeological dig in Wraybury.
base of a Roman mortarium found near Hogoak Lane in the southern part of Bray Parish, near Maidenhead in the 1990s.
perforated bone disc with incised decorative line on one side. It probably would have been used to weigh a spindle when wool was wound by hand. A woman who spun was called a spinster. Possibly Anglo-Saxon. Found in Wraysbury.
found during alterations at Oxley's premises at 4, High Street, Windsor in 1964.
Upper M3 of Indian Elephant, found in Taplow gravel beds near Maidenhead.
one of three pieces of Roman wall plaster from Cox Green villa
One of seven iron nails found during the excavation of Cox Green Roman Villa in 1959.
Fragment of clay roof tile, found in 1959 at Cox Green Villa, dated between 2nd and 4th century AD.
Roman Samian ware rim sherd from Cox Green villa excavation in 1959.
Roman imitation Samian ware rim sherd found at Cox Green Villa excavation in 1959
Base of a Roman vase, excavated at St Leonards Hill, Windsor in 1960.
Small sawn antler pick dated as Neolithic (4500 - 2500 BC), found at Eton Water works, 1891.
socketed iron spearhead. We do not know exactly how old it is but it may be Iron Age ( 700 - 500 BC) or Saxon (410 - 1066 AD )
Frontal portion of human skull found in River Thames near Monkey Island, Bray, Maidenhead. Possibly Mesolithic or Neolithic, estimated between 10,500 - 4,500 years old
This tetradrachm coin was struck at Alexandria, Egypt, under the Roman Emperor Diocletian (244-311 AD). It was probably issued at around 288 AD.
the sherd was found in soil dump at Clewer Mill.
Polished grey flint, found in the Thames at Old Windsor, dating to the Neolithic.