Find Spot record MDR2809 - Lithic implements, south-west of Greenlow Farm, Aldwark
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(Early Neolithic to Late Bronze Age - 4000 BC to 701 BC)
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Area SK 222579. In 1964, Mr. D.Vallence found in the plough, several Neolithic and early bronze Age flint arrowheads, scrapers and knives. One Neolithic/early Bronze Age petit tranchet derivative grey patina flint, a whitish chert leaf shaped arrowhead and a brown-grey flint, a leaf shaped arrowhead and one grey flint saw blade found in March 1964.
One brown translucent knife blade, one brown flint, one white flint saw/blade and one sandy grey chert scraper end, one hollow based arrowhead, a black flint pointed leaf arrowhead and a grey chert horseshoe scraper, all found opposite Greenlow Farm.
Below and opposite Greenlow Farm, a brown flint leaf shaped arrowhead was recovered in March 1964.
Below Greenlow, a brown cortex flint flaked circular knife found in the plough soil in May 1962 and a grey flake knife found in the plough soils in March 1964. (1,2).
Further work by G. Boam revealed more flint artefacts in this area. These included two brown-black flint end scrapers, three black flint waste flakes, five sandy brown flint flakes and one hooked Petit Tranchet Derivative arrowhead. (3).
Personal Observation: F1 BHS 06-JUN-66.
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Centred SK 222 578 (340m by 285m) (Centre)
ALDWARK, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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Aug 29 2007 2:22PM
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