Monument record MDR6023 - Possible Upper Palaeolithic to Bronze Age flint, north-east of Roseland Wood, Scarcliffe
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(Upper Palaeolithic to Late Bronze Age - 40000 BC to 701 BC)
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SK 49156770 Roseland Wood, Mesolithic Flint. A quantity of flint recovered from this field by L B Cooper and C R Hart on 6-Apr-1978, 25-Apr-1978 and 09-Jan-1980, including a Creswellian Point, 4 rod microliths, 2 burins and a leaf arrowhead. The flint scatter was from a small area on the hill; the centre of the hill appears to be a filled-in quarry. (1)
SK 492677 Roseland Wood, Undiagnostic Flint Material. Quantity of flint collected by L B Cooper 1978/79. (2)
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Centred SK 4917 6776 (381m by 226m) (Centre)
SCARCLIFFE, BOLSOVER, DERBYSHIRE
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Jun 12 2017 4:36PM
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