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Skeleton Pendant
Quantity:  2.60

Early English castles did not originally contain prisons or dungeons, as imprisonment was not a common form of punishment. However, purpose-built prisons and dungeons in castles became more common after the 12th century.

A dungeon is a room or cell in which prisoners are held, especially underground underground and are generally associated with castles. These dungeons were usually pitch black and filthy with disease.

This Skeleton Pendant is made from lead-free pewter and is supplied on a waxed cord. The information card is full colour on the front and has historical information on the reverse.

 
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