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Long Blade from Crowdhill

Crowdhill Long Blade with working drawing This beautiful 'Long Blade' from Crowdhill near Eastleigh in Hampshire was probably made by a member of a small band of hunters who lived about 10,000 years ago. These people were relatively mobile and their stop-overs short, leaving few traces of their presence. Therefore discoveries of this type are incredibly important. By Phil Harding, Site Dir
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