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This is a flint flake. It has a hinge break at one end and a notch removed from one edge which may be the result of plough damage. It dates from the Neolithic and was found at Selham, West Sussex.
This is a flint flake which has been roughly reworked and may have been used as a flaking tool. It was made in the Neolithic or Bronze Age and was found near Devil's Dyke Railway Station, Brighton & Hove.
This ia a flint axe, bifacially worked and may be a roughout for a polished axe. It was made in the Neolithic and was found at Cissbury, West Sussex.
This is a watercolour painting depicting a column encircled by dragons. It was created by Frederick Crace and may have been a design for a carpet.
1915 This card is notifying of the death of William Arthur who was killed in action on 1 May 1915, aged 22 years old.
B/W Image of Mrs W Ford stood outside of 'Thatched Cottage', Beddingham. Dated 20 May 1929.
Leaf shaped flint arrowhead retouched along left edge and around the base. Ditch 2 Cut 2 Spit 2.
Ninety four pottery sherds. West Ditch 2 Layer 2 .
Flint flake. East Ditch 2 Level 2 .
Flint flake. East Ditch 2 Level 2