Redcar and Cleveland Museum Service
Record Number RECKH.2008.3.2.13
NUMBER-OF-ITEMS
1
IDENTIFICATION
SIMPLE-NAME
microlith
FULL-NAME
flint microlith
BRIEF-DESCRIPTION
A Mesolithic type pale grey narrow blade scalene triangle flint microlith.
PRODUCTION
METHOD
worked
PLACE
North Yorkshire, England, UK
DATE
6000 BC = 3500 BC
PERIOD
6000 BC = 3500 BC
PERIOD
mesolithic
FIELD-COLLECTION
METHOD
excavation
CORPORATE-BODY
Cleveland County Archaeology Section
PLACE
Loftus, North Yorkshire, England, UK
SITE-NAME
Street House Wossit
COORDINATES
NZ 7390 1892
DATE
1985
PERIOD
1985
DESCRIPTION
MATERIAL
stone, flint
COLOUR
grey
LENGTH
25 mm
WIDTH
7 mm
COMPLETENESS
complete
DOCUMENTATION-GROUP
REFERENCE
'The Street Wossit - The Excavation of a Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Palisaded Ritual Monument at Street House, Loftus, Cleveland' by B. E. Vyner in Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, Volume 54, 1988, pages 186-7.
REFERENCE
'The Street House Wossit' by B. E. Vyner in Current Archaeology III, Volume X, No. 4, 9.1988, pages 124-127.