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The soft, mois sediments filling the stream also preserved a wealth of artefacts, many of wich were completely undamaged. Wooden lathe-turned plates, cooped beakers and carved spoons, wooden flutes, leather shoes and even a wicker fish-trap were all well preserved.
Large amounts of pottery vessels were also preserved, representing a wide spectrum (cooking pots with lids, jugs, beakers, miniature vesels) of the typical pottery types found in the Esslingen area in the later medieval period.
Typical Pottery Types
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