Monument record WNG 018 - J J Wymer's Site A, Wangford, (Mesolithic-Neolithic?)

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Site marked on sketch map as "J J Wymer's Site A" as findspot of backed Mesolithic artefacts..


Grid reference Centred TL 757 841 (210m by 166m) (Centred on)
Map sheet TL78SE


Type and Period (2)

Full Description

Site marked on sketch map as "J J Wymer's Site A" as findspot of backed Mesolithic artefacts (S1).

1988: John Wymer defines area of scatter as centred at TL 75 80 8410 and lists finds collected from this location between circa 1950-1964 as 8 cores, 64 flakes, 83 blades (two 2 cm, thirty one 2-3 cm, thirty 3-4 cm, fourteen 4- 5 cm, four 5-6 cm and two 6-7 cm), 7 proximal blade ends, 14 distal blade ends, 16 middle segments of blade, 6 core preparation or rejuvination flakes, 3 flakes with retouch, 4 'pseudo burins', 2 microlith fragments and 4 micro burin or rod reject pieces (S2).

Pre 1951, also Neolithic material "floor?" and Medieval Pottery? Possibly same as WNG 013? (S5)

Sources/Archives (6)

  • <S1> Bibliographic reference: Jacobi, R.. 1984. The Mesolithic of North East Anglia & Contemporary Territories. 47-53.
  • <S2> Finds Report: Wymer J J,. 1988. Wangford, Mesolithic Material in Possession of J. J. Wymer, April 1988.
  • <S3> Digital archive: Jacobi, R.. 2014. Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Lithic Artefact (PaMELA) database. 11635, 11560?.
  • <S4> Bibliographic reference: Billington, L, P.. 2016. Lithic Scatters and Landscape Occupation in the Late Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic: A Case Study from Eastern England.. M 1195, M 902?.
  • <S5> Cartographic materials: Lady G Briscoe. MIHLM, 6 inch record map.
  • <S6> Digital archive: Historic England. National Record Of the Historic Environment.

Finds (13)

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

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Record last edited

Mar 2 2021 12:39PM

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