drinking container (food service); horn (food service)

Carved drinking horn, probably made of ram's horn. There are two holes pierced in the tip, and a short piece of iron wire has been tied through for suspension. The horn is Anglo-Saxon or Roman, and was found at London Wall in December 1887.

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