11-13 Parliament Street (Midland Bank)
keys have bits at angle to the stem which is a thin strip which thickens
slightly near the head where there is a pierced rounded terminal.
These keys were suspended from the owner's belt by means of a cord
through the terminal at the head.
Tweddle, D., 1986. Finds from Parliament Street and Other Sites
in the City Centre, The Archaeology of York 17/4, 963 (1), 964
Location and accession details
Yorkshire Museum 1971.288
M Duffy © York Archaeological Trust)