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Romano British sherds of 1st and 2nd century AD date were found along with briquetage. A Mesolithic core and a saw and other prehistoric scrapers were found.

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Polished stone axe found in 1949. Other implements incuding scrapers and chippings have been found.

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Mound situated in a bend of the River Pinn, north of Manor Farm. It has a diameter of 45ft and height of 3.5ft. Finds from the mound include Roman or Medieval pottery and possible Mesolithic flint implements.

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Mesolithic flints comprising of two picks, two scrapers and about six others implements were found at Littlebredy.

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Palaeolithic flint flakes from gravel beds at Great Woodley Farm. Palaeoliths have also been found in Great Woodley Farm in a field next to a building site, in an area of Terrace 5 Gravel geology.

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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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Palaeolithic implements were found during ploughing in the area of Blacketts Farm on the Hertfordshire - Buckinghamshire boundary. Lithic implements have also been found in this arear from the development of a housing estate on this site see TQ 09 NW 27 for further information.

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Mesolithic implements including tranchet axe, five cores, seven blades and flakes and one other flint were found at Hallards Fen, north of High Town Drove. One tranchet axe, one other axe, one flake, one scraper and one microlith were also found at Hightown Drove.

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A Romano-British settlement site was uncovered when Normanby Park Steelworks were built; pottery, greywares and samian, brooches, a bronze stand, a coin and base of a crucible were recovered; prehistoric flint implements were also found.

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A flint core and three scrapers have been recovered from this location.