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Neolithic arrowhead found at Wintershead


© ENPA (L Bray, 2013)

What is it?

This is a leaf-shaped arrowhead, knapped from flint and Neolithic in date.

Where was it found?

The arrowhead was recovered from Wintershead flint site, which is currently under investigation as part of the MIRE project.

Why is it important?

The arrowhead provides dating evidence for the site, which could be the first with a confirmed Neolithic date within the National Park area.

Where can I see it?

The arrowhead will be deposited with Somerset County Museum in due course.

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