Figure 9:Examples of types of damage observed in archaeological whelk shells from Carisbrooke midden 7325 (a, c, e, g) and analogous damage in whelks beam-trawled from regularly trawled North Sea whelk beds (b, d, f, h; modified from figs 1 and 4 of Mensink et al. 2000). (a),(b): slight damage (growth-check to lip); (c),(d): moderate damage; (e),(f): severe damage to back of body-whorl; (g),(h): detail of spire showing repaired moderate or severe damage. Scale bar: 10mm.
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