SK 173 808: Bradwell, Stone Axe: A Neolithic polished stone axe of volcanic ash, similar to Group VI, 10.4cm by 51mm, on the cutting edge, and 15mm on the butt, was found in a garden in Bradwell. (1). A polished stone axe of dark, banded olive-green stone, found in the garden of The Sett, Dale End, Bradwell in June 1969, by J. Badger. Dimensions: length is 4.1 inches, breadth of the butt is 0.6 inches and the bradth of the cutting edge is 2.0 inches. (2)
Article in serial: Hunter Archaeological Society. 1978. East Midlands Archaeology Bulletin. Vol. 12, No. 1. No.12.
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SK 173 809 (point) (Centre)
BRADWELL, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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