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Flint Implements from Gloucestershire

  • E. M. Clifford, D. A. E. Garrod and H. S. Gracie

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Palaeolithic flint implements from the Severn gravels are very rare, and therefore attention is here drawn to the series found in the neighbourhood of Barnwood, Glos. Some of these have already been published with comments by the Abbé Breuil and Reginald Smith, but others are here published for the first time.

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page 179 note 1 Trans. Bristol and Glos. Arch. Soc. lii, pp. 201 ff.

page 179 note 2 I have presented the Palaeolithic implements to the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Cambridge, the mammalian remains will go to the Bristol Museum. I gave the human skeletal material to the Royal College of Surgeons; Sir Arthur Keith writing in 1930 described this as the finest series ever made in this country. The Mesolithic and later flints to Gloucester Museum, and the archaeological material from the various periods to Cheltenham Museum, where it forms the Clifford Collection.

page 180 note 1 Trans. Bristol and Glos. Arch. Soc. lvi, p. 227.

page 181 note 2 Trans. Bristol and Glos. Arch. Soc. liii, p. 243.

page 184 note 1 Trans. Bristol and Glos. Arch. Soc. lx.

page 184 note 2 Ibid. lxiii.

page 184 note 3 The Sturge Collection, p. 108.

page 185 note 1 Trans. Bristol and Glos. Arch. Soc., lii, p. 218. fig. 6, no. 26.

Flint Implements from Gloucestershire

  • E. M. Clifford, D. A. E. Garrod and H. S. Gracie

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