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Deer humerus bone

Red deer were plentiful in Devon after the Ice Ages. Their meat would have provided food, their hides clothing, and antler was essential for making tools. This bone was found...

Aurochs leg bone

Aurochs were a huge wild ox, standing two metres high with large horns. This aurochs bone was found in an ancient submerged forest at Westward Ho! in Devon....

Blade

This stone blade fragment dates to the Mesolithic period and comes from Westward Ho! in Devon. Blade making was the most common type of stone technology in the Mesolithic. It...

Blade

This stone blade dates to the Mesolithic period and comes from Westward Ho! in Devon. Blade making was the most common type of stone technology in the Mesolithic. Part of...

Blade

This stone blade dates to the Mesolithic period and comes from Westward Ho! in Devon. Blade making was the most common type of stone technology in the Mesolithic. It had...

Core

This stone core dates from the Mesolithic and was found at Westward Ho! in Devon. Small flakes of flint called microblades could be struck from this, and hafted onto handles...

Tranchet adze

This tranchet adze is over 6,000 years ago, and was found in Stockland, Devon. It is likely it was put into a wooden handle and used in woodworking and carpentry...

Tranchet adze

This tranchet adze is over 6,000 years ago, and was found in Stockland, Devon. It is likely it was put into a wooden handle and used in woodworking and carpentry...

Blade

This stone blade dates to the Mesolithic period and comes from Westward Ho! in Devon. Blade making was the most common type of stone technology in the Mesolithic. It had...

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