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Ovate implements, probably from the Palaeolithic period, were found on the surface at Bells Field, about 2 miles east from the River Cuckmere, by R Hilton.

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(?Pa) and Me flint sites, Ne arrowheads, BA pottery and flints

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Lower Palaeolithic handaxes and flints found in Batemanes dairy Gravel Pit and Chard Junction pit both on River Gravel geology.

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Palaeolithic implements including over 200 handaxes, many cores and scrapers have been found in Barnham Heath Pit which is also called Newports Pit.

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Two Palaeolithic hand-axes found in a gravel pit near Moreton Station. Palaeolithic implements and have also been found near the station. At least 70 Lower Palaeolithic handaxes have come from the Moreton Pits. A large collection of palaeoliths were found by Reverend M H Marsden probably f...

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A Palaeolithic handaxe and an unretouched flake implement were found at Seaford Hill, Seaford.

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Palaeolithic handaxes, cleaver and trimmed flake implements were found circa 250 yards south of Bullcross Farm, probably from a disused quarry.

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A palaeolith was found in a gravel pit in Long Bottom, between Seer Green and the Beaconsfield golf links, prior to 1926. The Palaeolithic handaxe was found at Long Bottom Pit, Beaconsfield, on the edge of Glacial Gravel geology.

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Palaeolithic implements including 11 handaxes and 1 flake have been found at Baldwins Farm Gravel Pit. The pit was investigated in the 1960s by R and A Bryan. Excavations were undertaken by Essex County Council Archaeology Section in 1977. Two Palaeolithic handaxes and a flake were found w...

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A fragment of human skull was found whilst digging in a brickearth deposit at Westley in 1882. Palaeolithic implements and a mammoth tooth were found in similar in the same field to the northeast. Work carried out by Oakley and Baden-Powell, in 1949, showed that the skull was not contempor...