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Drow Hill, Kent. Knife and multipurpose tool gripped with a piece of hide and used for cutting, scraping, scoring etc. A little over 3” length. The Neolithic inhabitants of Kent were nomadic, leaving little in deposit remains. They are most noted for the stone chambered long burros which survive today. Dating to the period of Stonehenge (3000-2500 BC) and the cultures which built the great stone monuments in England. Found in the 1920's and sold by Kent Arms Sales, Bexley, Kent, about 1985.

Stock Number: B8795


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