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Beaker

This pottery beaker was discovered in many pieces in a stone-lined burial pit at the centre of a stone ring or cairn at Farway, Devon. Two fossilised sea urchins were...

Cup

This small cup is a rare survival as it is made from a shale which usually rapidly disintegrates when excavated from the ground. It was found in 1870 with a...

Beaker sherd

These small pieces of pottery are part of a pot called a ‘beaker’ and were discovered at Westward Ho! in Devon. It is decorated with lines of round impressions which...

Barbed and tanged arrowhead

This barbed and tanged arrowhead is a characteristic hunting tool of the Bronze Age. Flint was still used for making arrowheads, as metal was a precious material only used for...

Barbed and tanged arrowhead

Barbed and tanged arrowheads are a characteristic stone tool made in the early Bronze Age. They are often found in burials with Beaker pottery and copper objects. This example comes...

Arrowhead

This barbed and tanged arrowhead is a characteristic hunting tool of the Bronze Age. Flint was still used for arrowheads despite the fact that other tools such as axes...

Arrowhead

This barbed and tanged arrowhead is a characteristic hunting tool of the Bronze Age. Flint was still used for arrowheads despite the fact that other tools such as axes were...

Barbed and tanged arrowhead

This barbed and tanged arrowhead is a characteristic hunting tool of the Bronze Age. Flint was still used for making arrowheads, as metal was a precious material only used for...

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