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Culture: Neolithic Material: Porcellanite Dims: L 9.1cm, W 6.8cm Accession No: HCA 125 Current Location: The Hunt Museum Limerick This axe weighs 177g, has a narrow oval cross-section, convex edge shape and asymmetrical blade. The blade, butt and faces are ground. The sides are partly ground with flake scars. The edges are sharp but both faces are damaged by post manufacture flake scars and grinding striae. The findspot is Rockbarton Bog, Lough Gur, Limerick. Porcellanite is found in Tievebulliagh, Co. Antrim and Brockley, Rathlin Island. Both utilised in Prehistory. More