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Possible Romano-British settlement site: Norbury Park

Identifier: 17692 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A significant quantity of pottery and tile of 1st to 4th century Romano-British date was recovered during the fieldwalking of this land. Associated with this material were three coins dating from ...

Bronze Age flint knifed dagger, Sunbury

Identifier: 572 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

In the British Museum is a flint knife-dagger from Sunbury. These daggers would seem to date from the Bronze Age Beaker period, and are probably derived from a Neolithic prototype, but may have co...

Bronze spearhead and javelin-head, Sunbury

Identifier: 573 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

From the Thames at Sunbury is a Bronze spearhead (type of Evans a) and a bronze javelin-head. The latter is in the London Museum.

Neolithic axehead, Thames at Shepperton

Identifier: 574 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A Neolithic axe-head found in 1935 in the River Thames at Battlebridge, Shepperton, during dredging operations.

Bronze Age sword, Chertsey Bridge

Identifier: 575 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Part of a Bronze Age leaf-shaped sword found under Chertsey Bridge, is in the Lukis Museum, Guernsey.

Prehistoricflint implement, Horsley

Identifier: 535 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Prehistoric flint implement from Horsley. Donated by Fox to the British Museum.

Part of a Neolithic, partly polished flint axe, West Horsley

Identifier: 536 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Part of a Neolithic partly polished flint axe with the cutting edge intact, from West Horley. On display in Guildford Museum (Acc No. G 6965). Donated in 1945. Nothing further is known about thi...

Neolithic pick and scraper, Walton-On-Thames

Identifier: 540 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A Neolithic pick and scraper were found in 1955 in the back garden of a house at Mere Road, Oatlands, Weybridge. They are now in Weybridge Museum.

Palaeolithic Acheulian ovate flint, Chertsey

Identifier: 541 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A Palaeolithic Acheulian ovate flint was found some years ago by a former master of St Georges College, Weybridge, along the south bank of the Bourne within the limits of the college grounds. It i...

Early Iron Age pottery sherd, Chertsey

Identifier: 542 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

An Early Iron Age pottery sherd (part of body and slashed rim) found in 1956 along the south bank of the Bourne where it forms the northern body of St Georges College.

Found by former pupils at th...