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An attractive Lower Paleolithic flint core hand axe, Elveden, Suffolk.
An attractive Lower Paleolithic flint core hand axe, Elveden, Suffolk.
An attractive Lower Paleolithic flint core hand axe, Elveden, Suffolk. An attractive Lower Paleolithic flint core hand axe, Elveden, Suffolk. An attractive Lower Paleolithic flint core hand axe, Elveden, Suffolk. An attractive Lower Paleolithic flint core hand axe, Elveden, Suffolk.
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Hoxnian Interglacial period (MIS11) c.424k-374k BC. An attractive Lower Paleolithic flint core hand axe found many years ago at the famous Lower Paleolithic site of Elveden, Nr. Mildenhall, Suffolk and from an old Norfolk collection. Fashioned from a wonderfully multi-coloured flint of brown, toffee, honey and ochre coloured hues. Clear indications on functional tip of repeated percussive use. Copiously worked and possessing a lovely old surface ageing / patination and a wonderful Lower Paleolithic colouration, a very nice early example form a notable early Paleolithic site, 73mm long x 80mm wide x 55mm deep