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Grooved ware pottery

This type of Neolthic pottery takes its name from the characteristic grooved decoration. Similar pots were made across south-west England and were used for cooking and storing food. This fragment...

Leaf-shaped arrowhead

This leaf-shaped arrowhead dates to the Neolithic period and comes from Haldon in Devon. These arrowheads were used for hunting and warfare and replaced the microliths that were used in...

Borer

Pointed lithic tools like this were used to pierce animal hide or bore through wood and bone. This one was found at Haldon Hill in Devon and dates to the...

Leaf-shaped arrowhead

This leaf-shaped arrowhead dates to the Neolithic period and comes from Haldon in Devon. These arrowheads were used for hunting and warfare and replaced the microliths that were used in...

Leaf-shaped arrowhead

This leaf-shaped arrowhead dates to the Neolithic period and comes from Haldon in Devon. These arrowheads were used for hunting and warfare and replaced the microliths that were used in...

Axehead

This axe is made from Greenstone found in Cornwall. We do not know whether this stone was quarried or collected as beach pebbles. Stone axes were a vital tool for...

Leaf-shaped arrowhead

This leaf-shaped arrowhead was found at the Neolithic site at Hembury in Devon. Arrowheads were used for hunting and warfare and replaced the microliths that were used in the previous...

Leaf-shaped arrowhead

This leaf-shaped arrowhead was found at the Neolithic site at Hembury in Devon. Arrowheads were used for hunting and warfare and replaced the microliths that were used in the...

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