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A pair of large Neolithic pot shards and two Auroch teeth, excavated within same context in Kent.
A pair of large Neolithic pot shards and two Auroch teeth, excavated within same context in Kent.
A pair of large Neolithic pot shards and two Auroch teeth, excavated within same context in Kent. A pair of large Neolithic pot shards and two Auroch teeth, excavated within same context in Kent. A pair of large Neolithic pot shards and two Auroch teeth, excavated within same context in Kent. A pair of large Neolithic pot shards and two Auroch teeth, excavated within same context in Kent.
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Late Neolithic period c.2500-2000 B.C. A pair of large Neolithic baked clay pot shards and two juvenile Auroch teeth excavated in Folkestone, Kent, all from the same context and obviously contemporary with one another. The shards from a large cooking pot and the small Auroch's teeth possibly the remains of one of the meals consumed on the site. [Auroch (Bos Primigenius); a now extinct and huge species of long horned cattle, much larger than modern day cattle]. The teeth, slightly smaller than many and most likely from a juvenile Auroch, as this would have proved far easier to capture and kill. An interesting find group, one shard 70mm wide, the other 60mm wide, teeth 30-40mm in height,


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