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This Neolithic stone axe forms part of the collection held at Craven Museum https://www.cravenmuseum.org/ in Skipton, North Yorkshire, England. It was found in Stirton with Thorlby, a small village(s) just northwest of the market town. The axe has been crafted from volcanic tuff originating from the Great Langdale area of central Cumbria, approximately 55 miles northwest of the find spot. Axes from this area are found all over Britain (and Ireland) and in such numbers that the area has been referred to as an axe factory: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Langdale_axe_industry Langdale axes are found in both polished and unpolished forms, with this example being part of the latter. Wear and damage on this particular stone, may suggest this was a working tool, rather than a ceremonial piece or Neolithic bling. The model was created in Agisoft Photoscan from 42 images