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An excellent Lower Palaeolithic Acheulian Bi-face Triangular flint hand axe found near Swanscombe, Kent. Reserved
An excellent Lower Palaeolithic Acheulian Bi-face Triangular flint hand axe found near Swanscombe, Kent. Reserved
An excellent Lower Palaeolithic Acheulian Bi-face Triangular flint hand axe found near Swanscombe, Kent. Reserved An excellent Lower Palaeolithic Acheulian Bi-face Triangular flint hand axe found near Swanscombe, Kent. Reserved An excellent Lower Palaeolithic Acheulian Bi-face Triangular flint hand axe found near Swanscombe, Kent. Reserved An excellent Lower Palaeolithic Acheulian Bi-face Triangular flint hand axe found near Swanscombe, Kent. Reserved
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Homo Hiedelbergensis c.350,000-200,000 years B.C. An excellent Lower Palaeolithic Acheulian Bi-face Tiangular flint hand axe found some years ago at Northfleet, just a mile from the famous Early Palaeolithic site of Swanscombe, Kent.Skilfully fashioned from an attractice marbled flint core, triangular in plan with each corner nbeing used as a functional working point. The axe is totally intact, in superb condition with clear detailed working, good surface ageing and a nice even surface patination with no staining. An appealing and well worked Early Stone Age tool, full provenance and details of find site supplied with tool, 98mm long x 92mm wide x 28mm thick.