Analysing the English Collections at the Pitt Rivers Museum

Top 10 Collections from Bristol

There is a very small collection (22 objects) from Bristol in the Pitt Rivers Museum collections. Over a third are defined as tools, roughly a quarter as weapons and tools and weapons. There are a very few objects each in the following categories: Boxes, Technique, Dwelling, Religious artefacts, Agriculture, Lighting, Music, Toys and Games, Transport and Vessels (note that these are written in descending order of number of objects in category)

Ethnographic and Archaeological split: 68 per cent of the Bristol collections are ethnographic

Note: this is all the classes that have related objects in the Bristol collections

You are reminded that all artefacts can be classified as more than one type or class, a drinking cup is classified as both a Vessel and Food.