9,000-year-old flint found at construction site in England

08/8/2013 | BBC

Archaeologists have uncovered 150 pieces of flint used to make tools 9,000 years ago at a construction site in what today is Woolwich, England, a London suburb. "This is a unique and exciting find that reveals evidence of humans returning to England and in particular the Thames Valley after a long hiatus during the Ice Age," said Jay Carver, lead archaeologist of England's Crossrail project.

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