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Mesolithic to Bronze Age flints, Horncastle Playing Field, Horncastle



Reference Name MLI91378

Name:
Mesolithic to Bronze Age flints, Horncastle Playing Field, Horncastle

Summary:
Mesolithic to Bronze Age flints, Horncastle Playing Field, Horncastle

Location:
HORNCASTLE, EAST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 47051
A small assemblage of (probably) residual prehistoric flint implements were recovered during trial trenching. The assemblage comprised a possible Mesolithic notched blade, a Bronze Age scraper and core and a number of undiagnostic flakes.{1}{2}

Sources:
1 Intervention Report: Marc Berger Contractor. Feb 2007. Archaeological Field Evaluation on Horncastle Playing Field, Coronation Walk, Horncastle. CWHO06
2 Excavation archive: Marc Berger Contractor. Feb 2007. Archaeological Field Evaluation on Horncastle Playing Field, Coronation Walk, Horncastle. LCNCC 2006.144

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