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Kettle Handle - Iron, circa 1880 (Fragment) Reg. No: LL 66052
- This fragment of a kettle handle was excavated at Casselden Place in 2003.
Uncovering past food practices.
Of all the archaeological material uncovered in the Little Lon excavations, the remnants of eating and drinking are the most numerous. Broken plates, bowls, cups and cutlery were thrown into rubbish piles with smashed jars that once held jam and pickles, and jugs that held water or cordial. Shells from oysters, abalone and coconuts were tossed in with bones from mutton, beef, rabbit and pork. Pips and seeds from fruit and vegetables were also added to the piles. These objects offer clues to the food consumed by residents of Little Lon, and are important in the rediscovery of a people, place and time long vanished.
- CANNOT DETERMINE WHICH KETTLE THIS BELONGS TO
|Discipline:||Archaeology - Historical|
|Themes this item is part of:||Little Lon, Little Lon Collection|
|Primary Classification:||HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY|
|Secondary Classification:||(To Be Classified)|
|Tertiary Classification:||(to be classified)|
|Specific Activity:||CONTAINERS FOR COOKING FOOD|
|Lot Area Unit:||36A/1/231|