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EARLY BRONZE AGE FLINTS FOUND IN PEACOCK'S HOLE



Reference Name MLI51295

Name:
EARLY BRONZE AGE FLINTS FOUND IN PEACOCK'S HOLE

Summary:
EARLY BRONZE AGE FLINTS FOUND IN PEACOCK'S HOLE

Location:
LAUGHTON, WEST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
'EARLY METAL AGE' WORKED FLINTS FROM PEACOCK'S HOLE, LAUGHTON. IN 1964 FEATHERSTON REPORTED THAT THE FIND SPOT WAS IN THE DRY BED OF WHAT WAS FORMERLY A POND NAMED 'PEACOCK HOLE'. THE BED WAS TREE-COVERED AND NO FINDS WERE MADE DURING FIELDWALKING. ALL THE MATERIAL FOUND WAS IN THE POSSESSION OF ETHEL RUDKIN, AND COMPRISED SCRAPERS, BORERS AND A POSSIBLE SAW. {1}~ PEACOCK HOLE IS SHOWN AS OPEN WATER ON THE 1970s 1:10000 OS MAP. {3}

Sources:
1 Index: OS CARD INDEX. LAUGHTON. SK 89 NW:9,1964, FEATHERSTON K J A
2 Index: SMR FILE LAUGHTON. LAUGHTON. SK 89 NW:G -
3 Map: OS. 1970. OS 1:10000 SERIES. SK 89 NW

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