Prehistoric stone tool. 19th-century artwork of a flint stone implement found in Gray's Inn Lane, London, UK. It was described in a paper by British archaeologist and geologist John Evans (1823-1908) on the occurrence of flint implements in undisturbed beds of gravel, sand, and clay. Published in Volume 38, Issue 2 (1861) of 'Archaeologia', the journal of the Society of Antiquaries of London.
July 1st, 2016
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