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Round Butt Round Barrow

Identifier: 2276 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Round Butt. The site is occupied by army buildings. The situation is upon a wide expanse of level ground upon Blackdown Hill. See also HER 1817.

Palaeolith, Frimley

Identifier: 1421 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Palaeolithic implement found at Frimley in the valley of the Blackwater. No further information about the find is known.

Roman Coins and Intaglios with an Urn, Frimley

Identifier: 1422 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Roman coins with an urn found at Frimley. The original reference to Roman material from Frimley comes from William Stukeley's "Itinerarium Curiousum", where he describes an urn with Roman coins an...

2 Romano-British Cinerary Urns, Frimley

Identifier: 1423 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Two Romano-British cinerary urns from Frimley. Found whilst gravel digging on a portion of the old heath and reported to G Leveson Gower. The urns were found at a depth of 16"; they rested on a thi...

Mesolithic flaked axe, Frimley

Identifier: 1424 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A brown, iron-stained flaked axe, classified by Reading Museum as Mesolithic, was found in 1962 at Station Road, Frimley, on the ground surface at the edge of gravel workings near the Blackwater Ri...

Iron Age Gold Coins

Identifier: 1429 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Four or five British Qc (British Remic) uninscribed AV a quarter - Staters from Camberley (Mack 63). Noted at the British Museum, casts destroyed during the Second World War. No further informati...

Palaeolithic Handaxes

Identifier: 1430 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Palaeolithic handaxes, one St Acheul, found at Barossa Common, Wishmoor Bottom. The finds are probably in store at Camberley Museum, but they could not be traced in the Accession register. See al...

Tranchet axe, Camberley

Identifier: 1431 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Tranchet axe from Camberley. Not Located at Haslemere Museum, probably in store among items of unknown provenance.

Neolithic axe

Identifier: 1432 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Neolithic polished axe found in St Michael's churchyard in 1932. In Surrey Heath Museum. The axe is on display but nothing further is known about it, and it could not be traced in the Accession R...

Coin Of Diocletian

Identifier: 1433 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Coin of Diocletian, minted at Alexandria (284-285) from Cromwell Road, Camberley.
The coin is probably in store at Camberley Museum but nothing is known about it and it could not be traced in the ...