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A deposition comprising four bronze basins was discovered by a detectorist in July 2010 at Norderstapel. They are four basins with cruciform handle attachements which were deposited upside down in a pit measuring 60 cm×50 cm. All of them can be characterised as type B2a after G. von Merhart dating to the period Ha B2/B3 (period V in the North). Most likely, they are produced directly in the Carpathian arc or in the adjacent regions to the North and transported from there to the North. As nodoi:10.11588/ak.2014.4.28115 fatcat:dqgbjca7wvcg3mqylrmrwecwle