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Site:
18ST390 Mattapany-Sewall

Context: Magazine Area, plow zone, Lot 13

Magazine Date Range: c. 1660-1690

Metal: Copper alloy

Tine Length: Unmeasurable

Leather Thickness: Unmeasurable

Description:
Rose motif. Most likely derivative of the popular Tudor Rose emblem which depicts a red rose superimposed on the center of a white rose. The symbol signifies the combination of the red rose of the House of Lancaster and the white rose of the House of York at the conclusion of the late 16th century Wars of the Roses.

 
 
Courtesy Naval District Washington,
Naval Air Station Patuxent River.