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An abacus is the upper part of a column or a capital. This example has the upper and lower faces worked flat and there is still mortar adhering to the unverside of the stone. Two holes have been cut in the upper surface, which were probably intended to receive ironwork which would have held the stone above in place.
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Period
Dimensions
210 x 860 x 531mm
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Accession No
ELG/a/1

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