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Handaxe with fossil, West Tofts, England
A large handaxe knapped around a fossil shell, located centrally on one face, identified as the Cretaceous bivalve mollusc Spondylus spinosus.
Lower Palaeolithic; Acheulean, c. 500,000 BC.
(Accession No 1916.82/Record 2) Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology, University of Cambridge, CC BY NC.
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