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Shards of pottery and bone - as well as two armour-piercing arrows - were found.
The material, which is around twice as dense as lead, can be used to make armour-piercing weapons and armoured plating.
'A sword, an axe, a spear, armour-piercing arrows, a battle knife, two shields, and two horses, one mare and one stallion' were buried alongside the Viking.
Police, firefighters and a bomb squad swooped on his house in Swindon, Wilts, and took away the shell, believed to be an 8lb armour-piercing round.
Their 8mm-thick steel armour could stop small arms fire and shrapnel but they were vulnerable to direct hits from artillery and mortar shells, and armour-piercing bullets.
Mr Abdullah suffered the full force of the blast, which sprayed his body with armour-piercing projectiles and crushed his skull.
Armour-Piercing (AP): Barring SPGs and a few other tanks, this is the default ammo type that you can use.
The experts were able to determine that the balls fired by the crew of Henry VIII's flagship were fitted with an armour-piercing iron core.
Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said the delivery of armour-piercing explosives and airborne homemade bombs to extremists has increased significantly in recent months, all with the full knowledge of top Iranian government officials.
Military officials in Baghdad and at the Pentagon blamed the mounting death toll on the growing sophistication of weapons that insurgents and Iranian-backed militia groups are using, including powerful rockets, armour-piercing grenades and jam-resistant roadside bombs suspected of coming from Iran, The Washington Post reports.
Revolutionaries said Gaddafi loyalists were using cluster bombs, which explode in the air and scatter deadly, armour-piercing explosive charges over a wide area.