Jadeite hand axe

Archaeologist Ben Robinson visits the Wiltshire Museum in Devizes to see a remarkable Jadeite stone axe. The axe was found in Braymer near Salisbury and is made of Jadeite. It comes from the northern Italian Alps and was brought to England by Neolithic farmers who polished the stone and made it into an axe.

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