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Microlith

Microliths, such as this one from Westward Ho! in Devon, are typical Mesolithic stone tools. These items were made from very small flint blades that were notched, broken into pieces...

Magic Lantern Slide: trench with palisade

Hembury hillfort is an important Neolithic and Iron Age site in the Blackdown Hills, East Devon. The site was excavated between 1930-1935 by Hilary Liddell, and this glass slide is...

Bowl and cover

This ceramic bowl is signed and dated ‘R. Fishley. Fremington Pottery. June 22nd, 1844. The inscription identifies it as a piece from a significant North Devon country pottery that flourished...

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...

Leaf-shaped arrowhead

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

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig

This holly motif is one of a series of naturalistic sprigs said to have been designed and made by Louisa Tucker, a daughter of the Branscombe lace manufacturer John Tucker....