|Dorset Lunula c 1300 B.C. (Portable Antiquities Database)|
This is a recent find. The first fragment was found in May and metal detectorists have found two or three more pieces in a heavily plowed field.
Lunulae were worn around the neck of important Bell Beaker men, perhaps as one have an office, such as a sheriff or a knight. Funerary stelae depicting lunulae wearers show men dressed in the full idealistic garb with pommeled dagger, bow, tattoos, purse and twill kilt.