Harness buckles

Harness buckles

Iron buckles at the ends of leather straps used on a Harness.
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Large quantities of nails, some late 19th-century ironstone pottery, horse harness buckles, part of a grindstone, cultivator parts, a pair of pocket knives, and other items were found there.
The exhibition also uses artefacts to illustrate activities carried out in the castle including tuning pins for a harp, harness buckles and even a many- spouted drinking vessel for those knightly feasts.
Artifacts, such as lead bullets, cannon balls, old harness buckles and padlocks, are still found buried in the sandy soil.
Today, after a wind storm, the slopes are often peppered with potsherds, arrow points, corn-grinding stones, broken majolica dishes, brass bullet casings, harness buckles, rusted canteens, beer cans, and Coke bottle caps - as well as bleached-white human skulls.