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HER Number: 5691
Record Type: Find Spot
Name: Neolithic Flint Axe

Grid Reference: SP 270 015
Parish:CLANFIELD, WEST OXFORDSHIRE, OXFORDSHIRE

Monument Type(s):

  • FINDSPOT (Neolithic - 4000 BC to 2351 BC)

Summary

Flaked Neolithic axe was found by J H Blake 'about 2 feet deep in gravel', when digging a drainage trench.

Associated Monuments

  • None
  • Associated Finds:

  • FOX1053 - AXE (WEAPON) (Neolithic - 4000 BC to 2351 BC)
  • Description

    2) Area of cropmarks photographed by Baker, south of a henge monument (PRN 3205).
    3) All information from concordance sheet has been transferred to HER record before sheet was discarded. SVL, 05/09/13.


    <1> Oxford Architectural & Historical Society, Oxoniensia, Vol XXII (1957), p.104 (Serial). SOX284.


    <2> Baker Aerial Photographs (Photograph). SOX285.


    <3> L Gawith, 1998, SMR-Ashmolean Museum Concordance (Index). SOX320.

    Sources

    <1>Oxford Architectural & Historical Society. Oxoniensia. Vol XXII (1957), p.104. [Serial / SOX284]
    <2>Baker Aerial Photographs. [Photograph / SOX285]
    <3>L Gawith. 1998. SMR-Ashmolean Museum Concordance. [Index / SOX320]