Findspot - Neolithic arrowhead
Findspot - flint arrowhead which probably dates to the Neolithic period was found 400m north east of the church, Wappenbury.
1 A leaf arrow, presumably of Neolithic date, of dark flint, found in December 1957 at Wappenbury, in the field E of the earthwork (SP3869). It is thicker than the usual leaf point. It is essentially a core tool. It was made from a fragment of flint derived from the local glacial drifts.
3 Mentioned in gazetteer.
4 Neolithic date confirmed.