Find Spot record MDR2867 - Flint and chert implements, 340m north-west of Rockhurst Farm, Aldwark
Type and Period (1)
(Early Neolithic to Late Bronze Age - 4000 BC to 701 BC)
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A number of Neolithic/Bronze Age flint and chert artefacts recovered from this field by D. Vallance.
1960: A brown flint spoke shave.
1961: A black chert blade, a black burin, a pyramid end scraper, and a grey-black end scraper.
1962: A grey-black end scraper and a fragment of a Bronze Age end scraper.
March 1963: A brown flint minature slug knife, 1¼ long.
Unknown date: Three end scrapers (black, grey and brown). (1).
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Centred SK 213 583 (248m by 257m) (Approximate)
ALDWARK, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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Aug 30 2007 1:54PM
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