The J J Wymer Archive

Lorraine Mepham, 2008

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Happisburgh, Norfolk, 8/6/2000
With Jim Rose and Peter Robins. At low tide a raft of a dark clay with numerous wood fragments was well exposed in the area that has suffered severe coastal erosion at TG 38953670. This is where a hand-axe of black flint in mint condition was found in situ by Mr M Chambers of Stalham. The deposit would appear to be of Cromerian date beneath two separate glacial tills., (Photo: P Robins) (photograph)




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