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Pirie suggests that the image might represent one of the Northumbrian ecclesiastical stone buildings commissioned by Benedict Biscop and Wilfrid and executed by foreign craftsmen, who would have needed payment with coins, to which they were accustomed. 36 Blackburn 1994: pl. 21, no. 6. 37 T&S iii. 422–5. These coins, related to Secondary Series K, will be discussed in detail at ‘Diadems’; see Fig. 39. 28 Iconography Fig. 6. Series H, Type 49, silver pennies, mid/late Secondary. a. variety 1a (BMC 192.
Vierk 1975 examines the crosses as religious votive offerings and apotropaic symbols of affiliation. Nau 1982: 478 dates the cross to the first quarter of the eighth-century, but it is possibly earlier (mid-late seventh century). Like other Continental metalwork closely related to Anglo-Saxon coins (discussed at pp. 112, 114, and 116) this creates a problem with the dating of the coins, which deserves further research. 115 The brooch from Berghausen (grave 40, Koch 1982: pl. 31B) is discussed and illustrated in KleinPfeuffer 1993: 183 and 317–19, fig.
42 It is thought that the permutations in the number of roundels are indications of different issues: T&S iii. 326. Similar roundels also appear on some reverses (see Fig. 19); the overall impression is of Celtic influence: see for instance the silver disk from Manerbio (Italy), first century bc (Megaw and Megaw 1989: 167, fig. 268). 43 T&S i. 137. 710; finds are mainly from Norfolk. 44 T&S iii. 491–2, and i. 133–4, where Metcalf suggests Series Z and Q might be from the same mint. The Bust 29 Fig.