Over 2,400 flints found in fire station yard
Published on January 22nd, 2014 | by Admin0
He said: “Most of the time you find it [the material] in caves, or in very disturbed environments, whereas here it’s a very fine sand deposit, and therefore it’s quite pristine – what we call in situ – it hasn’t moved much.”
He said research into the discovery would give more insight into the post-glacial period, the behaviour of humans and how they used to live, and the techniques and methods they used to produce tools.
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