An End-Blown Flute or Flageolet from White Castle

  title={An End-Blown Flute or Flageolet from White Castle},
  author={John Vincent Stanley Megaw},
  journal={Medieval Archaeology},
  • J. Megaw
  • Published 1961
  • History
  • Medieval Archaeology
A ' IO,'; GST the finds from the clearance by H.M. Office of Works of White Castle, Monmouthshire, at the end of the I920S was a bone pipe. The pottery was published in 1935' but the pipe seems to have remained unnoticed. My attention was drawn to it by Mr. J. G. Hurst, who saw it in the :'-Jational Museum of Waleswhen he was examining the pottery afresh in the light of the new historical evidence for the dating of the castle.' The official records state that the pipe was found 'at the bottom… 
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