Stone Age axe-head

Contributed by bbcsheffield

Rachel Mottram from Sheffield has this Stone Age axe-head which she thinks is 5000 years old. "My father found it in a field in in 1937 in a field in Wootton near Beverley, Hull. His uncle had a lot of farmland there. It's a stone age axe-head in perfect condition."

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Wootton, Beverley, Hull

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Stone Age

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