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Mesolithic macehead found near Sleaford Church



Reference Name MLI91589

Name:
Mesolithic macehead found near Sleaford Church

Summary:
Mesolithic macehead found near Sleaford Church

Location:
SLEAFORD, NORTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 65271
A Mesolithic macehead approximately circular with an hour-glass perforation was found a few yards east of Sleaford church when foundations were dug out for a roadway in 1969. The find was given to Lincoln museum. {1}{2}
The find was previously thought to be of Bronze Age date. {3}

Sources:
1 Index: Sleaford SMR cards. SLEAFORD. TF04NE:Z
2 Artefact: City and County Museum Collection. 2.69
3 Correspondence: Whitwell, J. B.. 1969. Letters about a stone mace head found at Sleaford. -

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