Mesolithic flint scatter, Burrow Hill, Corley

Description of this historic site

Findspot - flint artefacts from the Mesolithic period were found 250m south west of Lower Rock Farm.

Notes about this historic site

1 Flint implements, including barbed and tanged arrowheads, have been found in these fields.
2 Hundreds of flint implements, flakes and cores have been found. The area is probably an occupation or working site.
3 Most of the area is pasture and no dateable finds were made. The flints have been deposited in Coventry Museum, and except for the barbed and tanged arrowheads, have not been ascribed to any particular period.
4 Illustrations of flint in FI file.
5 Flints also collected include several pieces of possible Mesolithic date including cores, flakes, blades, and scrapers. These flints are now in Warwick Museum.
6 cf West Midlands SMR No 3179.

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