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Fabricator

Identifier: STKMG:LH.Arch.1981.K152 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Flint fabricator, from South Downs

Flint awl

Identifier: STKMG:LH.Arch.1981.K130 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Flint awl. Neolithic, found Avebury, Wiltshire.

Flint awl

Identifier: STKMG:LH.Arch.1981.K127 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Flint awl. Neolithic, found Northfield, Avebury, Wiltshire.

Polished axehead

Identifier: STKMG:LH.Arch.1998.K2 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Polished axehead. Pale grey flint, roughly rectangular in shape. Most of the surface has been polished. Some chips and damage including on blade. Large sticker reads '26'.

Barbed-and-tanged arrowhead

Identifier: STKMG:LH.Arch.1992.K13.10 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Barbed-and-tanged arrowhead. Early Bronze Age, excavated from King's Low Barrow.

Flint scraper

Identifier: STKMG:LH.Arch.1992.K13.6 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Flint scraper. Finely knapped from dark flint with neat 'thumb nail' shape. Excavated from Kings Low, Tixall. Early Bronze Age.

Plano-convex or ‘slug’ knife

Identifier: STKMG:LH.Arch.1981.K93 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Plano-convex or 'slug' knife. Neolithic, found Craigyearae, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland

A quartzite pointed biface handaxe, Lower or Middle Palaeolithic

Identifier: STKMG:2019.LH.77 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

A quartzite pointed biface handaxe, Lower or Middle Palaeolithic. Found during metal detecting and field walking in the parish of Hammerwich.

Worked flint originally from Burton-on-Trent area, no further details

Identifier: STKMG:2017.LH.51 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Worked flint originally from Burton-on-Trent area, no further details.

Possible Neolithic flint arrowhead

Identifier: STKMG:2017.LH.55 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Possible Neolithic flint arrowhead. Found in excavated gravels from Horninglow, Staffordshire by Gilbery Morland Day (1855-1904).