N019 – Neolithic Hammer (British Find)

The Neolithic British Isles refers to the period of British, Irish and Manx history that spanned from c. 4000 to c. 2,500 BCE. The final part of the Stone Age in the British Isles, it was a part of the greater Neolithic, or “New Stone Age“, across Europe. Humans first settled down and began farming. …

M044 – Mesolithic Chisel (British Find)

Mesolithic stone tools The Mesolithic is the name given to the period between the end of the last ice age, In Britain the Mesolithic (Middle Stone) period began around 12,000 years ago as the climate began to warm up at the end of the last Ice Age. Trees and plants began to grow again and forest animals such as deer crossed the land bridge …

M043 – Mesolithic Hooked Knive / Scraper (British Find)

Mesolithic stone tools The Mesolithic is the name given to the period between the end of the last ice age, In Britain the Mesolithic (Middle Stone) period began around 12,000 years ago as the climate began to warm up at the end of the last Ice Age. Trees and plants began to grow again and forest animals such as deer crossed the land bridge …

M042 – Mesolithic Flint Scraper (British Find)

Mesolithic stone tools The Mesolithic is the name given to the period between the end of the last ice age, In Britain the Mesolithic (Middle Stone) period began around 12,000 years ago as the climate began to warm up at the end of the last Ice Age. Trees and plants began to grow again and forest animals such as deer crossed the land bridge …

M041 – Mesolithic Flint Point (British Find)

Mesolithic stone tools The Mesolithic is the name given to the period between the end of the last ice age, In Britain the Mesolithic (Middle Stone) period began around 12,000 years ago as the climate began to warm up at the end of the last Ice Age. Trees and plants began to grow again and forest animals such as deer crossed the land bridge …

M040 – Mesolithic Knive (British Find)

Mesolithic stone tools The Mesolithic is the name given to the period between the end of the last ice age, In Britain the Mesolithic (Middle Stone) period began around 12,000 years ago as the climate began to warm up at the end of the last Ice Age. Trees and plants began to grow again and forest animals such as deer crossed the land bridge …

M039 – Mesolithic Flint Scraper / Knive (British Find)

Mesolithic stone tools The Mesolithic is the name given to the period between the end of the last ice age, In Britain the Mesolithic (Middle Stone) period began around 12,000 years ago as the climate began to warm up at the end of the last Ice Age. Trees and plants began to grow again and forest animals such as deer crossed the land bridge …

M038 – Mesolithic Knive (British Find)

Mesolithic stone tools The Mesolithic is the name given to the period between the end of the last ice age, In Britain the Mesolithic (Middle Stone) period began around 12,000 years ago as the climate began to warm up at the end of the last Ice Age. Trees and plants began to grow again and forest animals such as deer crossed the land bridge …

B005 – Holy Lands Bronze Age Storing Jar

Description Ca. 1200 BCE, Very nice example of a Bronze Age Holy Lands Terracotta storing jar with squat body, raised rim and wide opening. Size: L: 159mm / W: 153mm Weight: 505g Bronze Age The Bronze Age is a prehistoric period that was characterised by the use of bronze, in some areas proto-writing, and other early features of urban civilisation. The Bronze …

I001 – Holy Lands Iron Age Terracotta Bowl

Iron Age in Israel The Iron Age, also referred to as the Israelite period, is ascribed to the time period 1200–586 BCE and is divided into two chronological and cultural phases: Iron Age I (1200–1000 BCE) is characterized by the decline of the Canaanite culture of the Late Bronze Age and the appearance of new …