Photograph
Showing the 1880 excavations at the chamber entrance, West Tump Neolithic long barrow, Gloucestershire, by G.B. Witts. (190 x 140)
1996.261.4.1
Bead
Neolithic shale bead found in Chamber D, Notgrove Long Barrow, Gloucestershire, in the 1881 excavation by G. B. Witts. (38 x 40mm)
1978.706.5
Flint arrowhead
Neolithic leaf-shaped arrowhead found in Chamber D, Notgrove Long Barrow, Gloucestershire, in the 1881 excavation by G. B. Witts. (38 x 20mm)
1978.703
Drawing
Showing the Neolithic long barrow at Notgrove, Gloucestershire, by Edward J. Burrow, 1913. (250 x 120mm)
1923.4.15
Pottery sherds
Late Neolithic fragments from the shoulder of a Peterborough ware bowl. Decorated with shallow impressed chevrons and small marks probably made by finger nails. Found at Notgrove Long Barrow, Gloucestershire, excavations by Clifford, 1934-5. (83 x 48mm)
1978.697.1
Stone axeheads
Neolithic polished stone axeheads found as a hoard in a garden in Bishop's Cleeve, Gloucestershire in 1990. Two of the axes are made of Cornish greenstone, the third is possibly from a rock source in Wales. (175 x 69.5mm, 131.5 x 61mm, 126 x 65mm)
1994.617-619
Stone axehead
Neolithic polished stone axehead found near Coberley, Gloucestershire. Made from stone quarried from Great Langdale, Lake District (Group VI), the slice from the edge of the axe shows where a sample has been taken. (128 x 70mm)
1957.67
Stone axehead
Neolithic polished stone axehead found at Andoversford, Gloucestershire. Made from stone quarried in Northern Ireland (Group IX). (134 x 75mm)
1912.126.11
Flint tools
Neolithic scrapers with flaked edges for use on animal skins, wood and bone. From Uley Bury, Gloucestershire. (between 28mm and 53mm)
1978.594
Flint arrowhead
Neolithic hollow-based type from Elkstone, Gloucestershire, but without the typical white patina of Cotswold flint. (32 x 22mm)
1978.462
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