Find Spot record 0239700000 - EVERLASTING TILE COMPANY

Summary

Lower to Middle Palaeolithic Levallois flint core found in brickearth pit near the Everlasting Tile Company

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

Map

Type and Period (1)

  • FINDSPOT (Undated)

Description

Dimensions - Width 0073 Length 0100 mm
SMALL, UNSTRUCK & POSSIBLY UNFINISHED TORTOISE CORE. MOTTLED AND STAINED GREENISH-BROWN, OTHERWISE UNALTERED, THE EDGES AND RIDGES SHARP. FOUND IN RED BRICKEARTH IN NOW ABANDONED PIT, NEAR EVERLASTING TILE CO WORKS, WHICH WERE N OF CANAL AT NGR (B1-3 ).
Only one flint implement, in the shape of a tortoise core, was found (B7).

Sources (7)

  • <1>SBC7187 Article in serial: A D Lacaille. 1936. 'THE PALAEOLITHIC SEQUENCE AT IVER, BUCKS', IN ANTIQUARIES JOURNAL 16 PP420-443. Vol 16.
  • <2>SBC7201 Article in serial: A D Lacaille. 1959. 'PALEOLITHS FROM BRICKEARTH IN SE BUCKS', IN RECS OF BUCKS 16 PP274-288. Vol 16.
  • <3>SBC17078 Bibliographic reference: WYMER J 1968 LOWER PALAEOLITHIC ARCHAEOLOGY IN BRITAIN P253.
  • <4>SBC2053 Index: BUCKS PALAEOLITHIC INDEX.
  • <5>SBC23341 Unpublished document: Wessex Archaeology. 1996. The English Rivers Palaeolithic Project: Regions 7 (Thames) and 10 (Warwickshire Avon). Site MTV-3 No.16 p72.
  • <6>SBC23342 Unpublished document: Wessex Archaeology. 1996. The English Rivers Palaeolithic Survey: Regions 7 and 10: North of the Thames and Warwickshire Avon. MTV-3 No.16.
  • <7>SBC22555 Unpublished document: Greater London Council. 1977. The Archaeology of the Colne Valley Park. Table 2.

Location

Grid reference TQ 03600 80700 (point) (Approximate)
Civil Parish IVER, South Bucks, Buckinghamshire

Finds (1)

  • LEVALLOIS CORE (Lower Palaeolithic to Middle Palaeolithic - 500000 BC to 40001 BC)

Related Monuments/Buildings (1)

Related Events/Activities (1)

  • Event - Intervention: Surface find (EBC12766)

Record last edited

Mar 23 2009 10:26AM

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