Hand Axe



From: England | Kent | Swanscombe | Galley Hill

Curatorial Section: European

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Object Number EU691B
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Middle Acheulian
Provenience England | Kent | Swanscombe | Galley Hill
Period Middle Acheulian
Section European
Materials Flint

Original Card: Flint Implement - Coup-de-poing type. Elongate. Irregular butt. One marked simply Swanscombe

Revised Card: Flint hand-axe - Lanceolate. Olive shiny patination. Base probably used as a scraper.

Length 10.7 cm
Width 6.2 cm
Credit Line Purchased from Mrs. Sidney Warrington, 1913

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