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Another example of a vehicle burial, one of the few to be excavated under modern conditions, was found at Garton Slack, near Drifﬁeld, in 1971. Here the inhumed body had been placed on the bottom of the grave-pit and covered with the funerary cart. The two twelve-spoked wheels had been removed and laid on either side of the body. The grave-goods included the harnesstrappings, consisting of two bits, ﬁve terret-rings and four buckles, a whip and a pig’s head as an offering.