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Worked flints found at Washingborough Pumping Station



Reference Name MLI97472

Name:
Worked flints found at Washingborough Pumping Station

Summary:
Worked flints found at Washingborough Pumping Station

Location:
WASHINGBOROUGH, NORTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 65688
A small quantity of residual worked flint was found during excavation of the late Bronze Age site (PRN 63537). It is not clear how these flints came to be in peat deposits that formed after they were made and used, however it is suggested that they arrived at the site accidentally along with larger stones brought in to use as floor material on the late Bronze Age platforms. {1}{2}

Sources:
1 Bibliographic reference: Pre-Construct Archaeology. 2009. Exchange and Ritual at the Riverside: Late Bronze Age Life in the Lower Witham Valley at Washingborough, Lincolnshire. WPSE 04
2 Excavation archive: Pre-Construct Archaeology. 2009. Excavations at Washingborough Pumping Station 2004-5. LCNCC 2005.2

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