penannular

penannular

(pɛnˈænjʊlə)
adj
(Archaeology) of or forming an almost complete ring
[C19: from pene- + annular]
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She is wearing a penannular brooch and carrying a small pot, and has various items hanging from her belt, including a key and a purse like that worn by the woman in the Luttrell Psalter.
Only four of the gold penannular rings had ever been found in Wales prior to the 47-yearold's double discovery.
There was also a complete penannular ear ornament of pyrophyllite from a depth of 1.
Disc fibulae, penannular brooches, decorative pins, neck rings, and pendants with solar symbols, following the Roman example, reached the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea in the 3rd century through the south-eastern area of the Baltic Sea.
A total of 11 late-Bronze Age axes - believed to have been buried about 3,000 years ago - was unearthed in Colwinston, while a valuable penannular ring thought to have been buried between 1,300BC and 800BC was discovered in St Donats.
A small two-pronged penannular loop of iron from Period III-IV confirms the existence on site of that most popular of our ancient musical instruments, the jew's harp or trump .
The heroes with black hair and blue eyes were wearing double dragon belt buckles made from Arctic copper high boots made of unpolished soft fawn calfskin shirts of linen dyed with saffron red ear-lapping fox-fur caps with blue waving aigrettes cloaks made of blue and gold tassels cherkesskas with chest bandoliers of burnished brass rifle cartridges sgians with glass pommels in leather sheaths on gold braid galloons penannular bronze cloakclasps with inlaid affronted writhing beasts T-shirts with big Iggy transfers printed on them and leopard-skin pillbox hats.
The hoard, including a gold penannular ring and three fragments of copper ingot, were discovered in Cwm Cadnant by Philip Cooper in 2013.
Other finds, such as a poppy-shaped end from a penannular brooch and a fragment of a one-sided comb suggest dating to the 11th century (Magi 2002, 45, 93, 100).
The study of non-Scandinavian metalwork by Egon Wamers, with a chapter on pins and penannular brooches by James Graham-Campbell, likewise observes that insular objects are mostly re-worked and are unlikely to represent visitors from the British Isles.
A late Bronze Age hoard of axes, thought to have been buried about 3,000 years ago, and a Middle to Late Bronze Age penannular ring, buried between 1,300 BC and 800BC, was found in the Vale of Glamorgan.
2ha site between 2000 and 2009 have revealed a lower alluvial silt deposit that contains red-slipped pottery, trapezoidal-sectioned stone adzes (some stepped), baked clay penannular earrings and two Taiwan jade bracelet fragments.