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  • CollectionCollection National Archaeology
  • Inventory numberB002175-018
  • Object nameGrinding stone
  • CreatorInconnu
  • GeographyPlace of discovery: Uccle (Europe > Western Europe > Belgium > Brussels)
  • PeriodGallo-Roman / Middle Ages (National archaeology)
  • MaterialExtrusive rock (Stone)
  • DimensionsLength: 270 mm, Width: 140 mm
  • OwnerMusée Art et Histoire / Museum Kunst en Geschiedenis
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The Groeselenberg site in Uccle, located on the ground of the Deux-Alices, was excavated in 1904-1905 by E. Delheid during extraction works in a sand quarry. Remains of the Gallo-Roman period and the middle ages were found. The material comes mostly from the filling of a pit (with a depth of 11m), various smaller (waste) pits and graves.