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Flints from Little Ferry
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Flints from Little Ferry

Large jar containing numerous small pieces of flint, found at Little Ferry; the pieces are generally not shaped. The flints may represent ballast from a ship, or traded pieces (there is no local source of flint). There is no obvious sign that they were used as tools.
Picture added on 24 April 2008
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