Neolithic flint recovered by D. Vallence in or before 1977. The artefacts are a grey point arrowhead and a brown leaf shaped arrowhead found in February 1965, a large grey horse shoe scraper, a polished saw / knife of brown flint, two milky grey flint point arrowheads and a grey translucent leaf arrowhead. (1,2).
Monograph: Manby, T G. 1974. 'Grooved Ware Sites in Yorkshire and the North of England', BAR Series 9.
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Centred SK 192 601 (264m by 320m) (Approximate)
GRATTON, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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