Anglo Saxon Stylus. A crude home-made copper-alloy stylus, the shank is circular in section, pointed at one end and flattened at the other. 7th-8th century AD. 131mm long. Styli were used for writing on wax tablets. The pointed end was used to inscribe while the flat end was for erasing any mistakes.
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