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Crescentic necklets of sheet gold, so named because of their resemblance to the shape of a crescent moon. Generally decorated with fine incisions or repoussé work. Mainly of early Bronze Age date and found widely across northern Europe, especially in Scotland and Ireland.

Subjects: Archaeology.

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