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A good Paleolithic pointed bifacial flint hand axe, Barton-on-sea, Hants (N75)
A good Paleolithic pointed bifacial flint hand axe, Barton-on-sea, Hants (N75)
A good Paleolithic pointed bifacial flint hand axe, Barton-on-sea, Hants (N75) A good Paleolithic pointed bifacial flint hand axe, Barton-on-sea, Hants (N75) A good Paleolithic pointed bifacial flint hand axe, Barton-on-sea, Hants (N75) A good Paleolithic pointed bifacial flint hand axe, Barton-on-sea, Hants (N75)
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Lower Paleolithic (MIS 11 - 9) c.410,000 to 324,000 BP. A good Paleolithic pointed bifacial flint hand axe found some years back in the Solent River plateau gravels at Barton-on-sea, Hampshire and from a Hampshire Geologists collection. Well fashioned from an attractive pale blue/grey flint, bi-facially worked with a well defined main side blade edge and some original pebble cortex remaining on butt / grip end. Some gentle water smoothing in parts and a lovely old surface ageing and shiny patination, a tactile and appealing Lower Paleolithic hand axe, 122mm long x 80mm wide x 27mm thick