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An excellent Lower Paleolithic unifacial flint pebble chopper, High Lodge, Mildenhall, Suff. SOLD
An excellent Lower Paleolithic  unifacial flint pebble chopper, High Lodge, Mildenhall, Suff. SOLD
An excellent Lower Paleolithic  unifacial flint pebble chopper, High Lodge, Mildenhall, Suff. SOLD An excellent Lower Paleolithic  unifacial flint pebble chopper, High Lodge, Mildenhall, Suff. SOLD An excellent Lower Paleolithic  unifacial flint pebble chopper, High Lodge, Mildenhall, Suff. SOLD An excellent Lower Paleolithic  unifacial flint pebble chopper, High Lodge, Mildenhall, Suff. SOLD
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Site dated to MIS 13, c.524,000 to 478,000 years BP. An excellent Lower Paleolithic flint unifacial mode 1 pebble chopper excavated many years ago at the famous and well documented Paleolithic site of High Lodge near Mildenhall, Suffolk and from an old Norfolk collection. Well fashioned from a large and most attractive toffee / black coloured flint pebble fragment with the pebble cortex still in evidence on the thicker gripping end of the tool, back of tool largely flat and smooth. Clearly worked and typical mode 1, (i.e 3-strike) pointed chopper blade edge. Totally intact and a most appealing and tactile example with lovely colouration, good surface ageing and a most attractive old surface patina, a very good example of an early East Anglian Paleolithic flint pebble chopper from a notable site , 86mm wide x 77mm deep x 30mm thick