Late 12th / early 13th century
The faces are unconventionally numbered, opposing faces being: 5 and
6; 3 and 4; 1 and 2. The digits are represented by ring-and-dot motifs,
with inlay - probably chalk.
Dimensions: L.12, W.12, T.11mm
Late 12th / 13th century
Conventionally numbered with opposing faces: 1 and 6; 2 and 5; 3 and
4. The digits are represented by ring-and-dot motifs inlaid with tin.
Dimensions: L.10, W.9, T.9mm
Ottaway, P. and Rogers, N.S.H., 2002. Craft, Industry and Everyday
Life: Finds from Medieval York, The Archaeology of York 17/15
Location and accession details
York Archaeological Trust 1976-81.7, 1. sf3496, 2. sf4954
S. I. Hill, © York Archaeological Trust)