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A good Paleolithic Early Neanderthal Levallois flint flake hand axe, High Lodge, Suffolk SOLD
A good Paleolithic Early Neanderthal Levallois flint flake hand axe, High Lodge, Suffolk SOLD
A good Paleolithic Early Neanderthal Levallois flint flake hand axe, High Lodge, Suffolk SOLD A good Paleolithic Early Neanderthal Levallois flint flake hand axe, High Lodge, Suffolk SOLD A good Paleolithic Early Neanderthal Levallois flint flake hand axe, High Lodge, Suffolk SOLD A good Paleolithic Early Neanderthal Levallois flint flake hand axe, High Lodge, Suffolk SOLD
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Site dated to MIS 6 to 7, c.191,000 to 243,000 years BP. A good Paleolithic Early Neanderthal Levallois flint flake hand axe excavated many years ago at the famous and well documented Paleolithic site of High Lodge near Mildenhall, Suffolk. Fashioned from a large thick bluish - black struck flake with characteristic upper surface Levallois working. Evidence of fine retouching along main axe blade edge to further hone and sharpen the edge. Axe totally intact and with nice colouration and dappling, good surface ageing and patination, a very good example of an early Neanderthal Levallois hand tool, 85mm long x 83mm wide x 43mm thick