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A small but pleasant Paleolithic Acheulian Unifacial Flint hand axe, Foxhall Rd. Pit, Suffolk , SOLD
A small but pleasant Paleolithic Acheulian Unifacial Flint hand axe, Foxhall Rd. Pit, Suffolk , SOLD
A small but pleasant Paleolithic Acheulian Unifacial Flint hand axe, Foxhall Rd. Pit, Suffolk , SOLD A small but pleasant Paleolithic Acheulian Unifacial Flint hand axe, Foxhall Rd. Pit, Suffolk , SOLD A small but pleasant Paleolithic Acheulian Unifacial Flint hand axe, Foxhall Rd. Pit, Suffolk , SOLD A small but pleasant Paleolithic Acheulian Unifacial Flint hand axe, Foxhall Rd. Pit, Suffolk , SOLD
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Foxhall Road Habitation site dated to MIS 11, c.400,000 to 300,000 B.C. A small but pleasant Paleolithic Acheulian Unifacial Flint hand axe found in the early 20th Century at the famous and well documented site of the Foxhall Road Gravel pit in Ipswich, Suffolk. The axe is well fashioned from an attractive banded grey / buff coloured flint and shows clear working and a well defined functional tip. Totally intact and in lovely condition with good ageing and old patination, a good example of a Paleolithic hand axe from a notable Paleolithic site, 75mm long x 53mm at widest x 19mm thick