(Early Mesolithic to Late Bronze Age - 10000 BC to 701 BC)
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Quantity of late Mesolithic to Bronze Age flint artefacts recovered by D Vallence in March 1964. The artefacts are a narrow flint blade, four brown translucent blades, a grey nosed-blade, a hooked burin, a rod battered back microlith, a microlith burin, a battered back microlith, a whitish grey ?arrowhead, four steep angled nose scrapers (one burnt), a narrow blade pyramid core, a horseshoe scraper, two side-nose scrapers, a one edge saw blade and a flint end scraper. (1). Mesolithic flint scatters found at SK 187 596 in 1963 by F Radford and now in Derby Museum. (2).
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