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    • Created by: Wil Partridge
    • County: Devon

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Record ID: DEV-17D6CD
Object type: METAL WORKING DEBRIS
Broad period: UNKNOWN
County: Devon
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Copper alloy metal working debris of unknown date, c. 2400 BC - AD 1900, but probably post AD 1500. Weight: 77.18g.
Created on: Friday 1st December 2017
Last updated: Friday 1st December 2017
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Record ID: DEV-6727BD
Object type: DEBITAGE
Broad period: UNKNOWN
County: Devon
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A piece of Prehistoric flint debitage, probably dating to the Late Neolithic or Bronze Age, although a single flake cannot be dated with confidence. Tertiary flake; dark-grey/brown flint mottled with biege inclusions, the larger having a sandy texture. A striking platform partially survives at the proximal end with a diffuse bulb of percussion, there is an obliquely angled hinge approximately three quarters of the way down the length of the flake, in line with a large inclusion on the ventral face. Two sub-parallel blade-like flake removal scars survive on the dorsal face, one was …
Created on: Monday 11th September 2017
Last updated: Tuesday 7th November 2017
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Record ID: DEV-E95533
Object type: CORE
Broad period: UNKNOWN
County: Devon
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Six Prehistoric flint core or core fragments, part of a larger assemblage of 43 peices of debitage, see also (DEV-E7AD5A, DEV-E88F5F). All are of pebble flint. 1. Secondary core, with cortex covering c. 55% of the surface. Of a pale grey/white flint with some ferrous inclusions. The core has a single striking platform, with a number of neat, parallel removals struck from it, some of the later being very small and potential bladelets if intentional. Weight: 39.06g. 2. Secondary core fragment, of a very similar flint and with natural breaks at its rear and bottom. One surviving st…
Created on: Tuesday 5th September 2017
Last updated: Tuesday 5th September 2017
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Record ID: DEV-E88F5F
Object type: RETOUCHED FLAKE
Broad period: UNKNOWN
County: Devon
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A group of 4 Prehistoric worked flint flakes , part of a larger assemblage of 43 peices of debitage, see also DEV-E95533, DEV-E7AD5A. Those flakes discussed here all exhibit some evidence of retouch. Flakes 1-3 are all from beach pebbles, similar to the rest of the assemblage. 1. A large secondary flake of pale grey flint with very frequent paler inclusions, dark flecks and a very large ferrous inclusion. Retaining cortex on c. 45% of its dorsal face, covering the majority of the right half of the face. The strking platform survives with a relatively diffuse, unscarred bulb of perc…
Created on: Tuesday 5th September 2017
Last updated: Friday 27th October 2017
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Record ID: DEV-E7AD5A
Object type: DEBITAGE
Broad period: UNKNOWN
County: Devon
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A group of 33 peices of Prehistoric flint debitage; although the group is not uniform, it appears to have been sourced almost exlusively from beach or river pebbles. No flakes discussed here exhibit evidence of retouch. Part of larger assemblage of 43 peices; see also DEV-E95533, DEV-E88F5F. The assemblage includes a single primary flake (w: 15.01g), this is incomplete, missing its distal end. Struck from a pebble, with a surviving striking platform and diffuse bulb of percussion with no scars, of a pale grey flint with frequent inclusions. 15 secondary flakes (w: 74.98g, avg. w…
Created on: Tuesday 5th September 2017
Last updated: Monday 23rd October 2017
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Record ID: DEV-6E49A1
Object type: WHETSTONE
Broad period: UNKNOWN
County: Devon
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
An incomplete whetstone of uncertain date and of a fine, greywacke sandstone. Rectangular in plan and sub-rectangualr in profile, the fragment terminates in worn breaks at either end. Due to abrasion to either face of the stone, in profile the whetstone tapers from 19.3mm wide at one end to 13.7mm at the other, with the narrowing being pronouncedly concave at one end and becoming more gradual below. This is more prominent on one face than the other. Dimensions: length 50.5mm; width 21.8mm; thickness 19.3mm; weight 29.03g. Whetstones were in use from the Bronze Age onwards, and w…
Created on: Wednesday 30th August 2017
Last updated: Wednesday 30th August 2017
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Record ID: DEV-6DEA2A
Object type: HAMMERSTONE
Broad period: UNKNOWN
County: Devon
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
An unmodiefied beach cobble of metabasic igneous cornish "greenstone" utilised as a hammerstone, probably of prehistoric date, c. 8,000 BC - AD 43. The cobble is broady sub-trapezoidal in plan, oval in cross-section and piriform in profile, with the cobble being truncated by extensive, fairly localised battering damage on one end, now worn. Dimensions: length 85.4mm; width 67.5mm; thickness 51.8mm; weight: >300g. A similar hammerstone recorded on this database, CORN-2E4F62, references an unmodified "greenstone" hammerstone excavated within a Middle Bronze Age round house at Scar…
Created on: Wednesday 30th August 2017
Last updated: Friday 27th October 2017
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