Mesolithic Age Tools

Arrow-Heads of the British Isles / Mesolithic / Neolithic / Bronze Age Arrows

Become a Patron! Arrow-Heads of the British Isles / Mesolithic / Neolithic / Bronze Age Arrows This following video showcases examples of British Arrow-Heads from the Mesolithic, Neolithic and Bronze Aged Periods. The primary examples are from collections held with the British Museum in London plus examples from other Museums across the British Isles including …

Treasure Hunting for the ULTIMATE Prehistoric / Neolithic HAMMER-STONE

Become a Patron! Treasure Hunting for the ULTIMATE Prehistoric / Neolithic HAMMER-STONE Join Stephen and Yhana as they go Treasure Hunting for the ULTIMATE Prehistoric / Neolithic HAMMER-STONE. They share a little humour along the way, and make their field walking trip an unforgettable adventure. In archaeology, a hammerstone is a hard cobble used to …

100 Prehistoric Treasure Hunting Finds Found During Lockdown

Become a Patron! 100 Prehistoric Treasure Hunting Finds Found During Lockdown Discover 100 items from Antiquity all discovered during Lockdown 2021, These prehistoric Stone Age Tools were found whilst treasure hunting in Essex, England. Found during field-walking trips and exploring a site with Ancient Earthworks. These Flint, Stone, ancient tools include Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic …

Mesolithic Treasure Hunting

Become a Patron! Mesolithic Treasure Hunting Stephen and Yhana go in search of a possible Mesolithic / Neolithic Camp Site and a prehistoric pathway that ran northwards from a Neolithic / Bronze Age Cursus in a straight line (True North) and ended at Seahenge in Norfolk. Their journey takes them to the banks of the …

M110 – Mesolithic Blade (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 …

M109 – Small Mesolithic Hooked Blade (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 …

M108 – Mesolithic 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 …

M107 – Small Mesolithic Microlith (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 …

M106 – Mesolithic Blade / Knife (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 …

M105 – Small Mesolithic Blade (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 …