Figure 1: HER Schema for Palaeolithic project data
Figure 2a: The artefactual and environmental remains plotted over the areas of Palaeolithic potential identified during the project. View zoomable image
Figure 2b: The faunal remains and Palaeolithic artefact locations overlain on the areas identified as having Palaeolithic potential along the Carrant Brook in south Worcestershire
Figure 3: The hand axe discovered in 1970s in Hallow. Potentially the first Early Middle Palaeolithic artefact from the West Midlands.
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