Faunal bone assemblage

A very small quantity of burnt bone fragments collected during a research excavation of a Neolithic settlement at Hazard Hill near Totnes. Basic analysis in 1950 suggested the bone is faunal rather than human, but the poor condition prevented further analysis.
Accession Loan No.
Collection Class
Devon archaeology
Common Name
faunal bone assemblage
Simple Name
archaeological archive
Full Name
faunal bone
whole length 220 mm; whole width 155 mm; whole depth 125 mm
Period Classification
Neolithic (4000-2200 BC)
Family Group

bone (animal?)
Collector / Excavator
Devon Archaeological Exploration Society (Christopher Houlder)
Collection Site Name
Hazard Hill (1950-1)
Collection Parish
Collection Town
Collection County
Collection Country
United Kingdom: England
Collection Area Region
Northern Europe
Collection Continent

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