Monument record HNV 009 - Stanchil's Farm, Hengrave, (Palaeolithic).
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|Grid reference||Centred TL 8157 6800 (329m by 175m)|
|Civil Parish||HENGRAVE, ST EDMUNDSBURY, SUFFOLK|
Type and Period (1)
1986: Struck flint flake found in pre-Anglian/pre-glacial sands and gravels in an exposure on the side of a small sand and gravel quarry in 1986. From its position, the flake could be the earliest evidence for human activity in the British Isles.
- <S1> SSF17752 Article in serial: Rose J & Wymer J J. 1994. Record of a struck flake and the lithological composition of `pre-glacial' river deposits, Hengrave. Rose J & Wymer J J, Record of a struck flake and the lithological composition of `pre-glacial' river.
- <S2> SSF60054 Article in serial: Davis et al. 2021. Palaeolithic archaeology of the Bytham River: Human Occupation of Britain during the Early Middle Pleistocene and its European Context.
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Record last edited
Jun 22 2021 1:23PM