Findspot - small Group VI neolithic stone axe

Description of this historic site

Findspot - a stone axe dating to the Neolithic period was found in Lillington.

Notes about this historic site

1 A small ground Celt of green stone, slightly over 7.5 cm long, now in Warwick Museum. Found in 1900.
2 Two rather delicately proportioned Celts from this locality are preserved in Warwick Museum. One, small in size (just over 7.5 cm), of a fine green volcanic rock, is probably that found in 1900.
3 Axe, Group VI. Found c1900.
4 A Neolithic axehead and a skull and drinking cup (PRN 1383) found in a gravel pit in Lillington. The axehead was of greenstone and was about 15 cm below the surface.

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