If you’re a Twitterer and ‘into’ archaeological lithics and flint, why not join the weekly #FlintFriday celebration of beautiful flint—as well as good fieldwork, recording, curation and sharing? Do you have a favourite in your local museum or archive?∇
This week’s latest from @microburin…
Late Mesolithic narrow blade microliths from North Yorkshire archaeological excavation.
∇Please always ask permission to take photographs, and a scale is useful! Always report finds to the landowner (who remains the legal owner), the Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) and Historic Environment Record (HER) or seek advice | See useful contacts and links »
∇Remember | if an artefact isn’t accurately recorded, it’s lost its context and much of its meaning for everybody else.