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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....

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...

Deer tibia 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...

Animal mandible bone

Animal bone, like this lower jawbone, was an important material for people in the Mesolithic. Bone could be used as awls, hammers or projectile points and as tools for making...

Deer pelvis 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...

Deer pelvis 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 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....

Animal mandible bone

Animal bone, like this lower jawbone, was an important material for people in the Mesolithic. Bone could be used as awls, hammers or projectile points and as tools for making...

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