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Circa 700 BC

Side blown horn from Drunkendult, Co. Antrim. This is the smallest of the bronze horn family in Ireland. It is also the most recently recovered instrument, having been found early in the 20th Century. It plays a higher fundamental A tone and a long pedal note series can also be played. The bell end is decorated with six raised cones. It is presently in storage at The National Museum of Ireland.

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