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Archaeologia Cantiana Vol. 14 -1882  pages 87
                       
ON SOME WROUGHT FLINTS FOUND AT WEST WICKHAM By George Clinch   Continued

originally measuring 3 inches (Fig. 3) and 2 1/4 inches respectively, and also the lower part of what once was a very delicately wrought example of the acutely-tapering variety. The last-mentioned and one of the former arrow-heads are of black flint, the other of yellowish-grey flint.

   The spear-head (Fig. 4), already mentioned, measures in its present condition 3 1/4 inches, but it has been broken at both ends, and probably measured at least 5 inches in its complete state. The workmanship is very good, and the surface has been made

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