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Kettlebury 103: a Mesolithic ‘Horsham’ type stone assemblage from Hankley Common, Elstead

‘Horsham’ type assemblages are among the most enigmatic of Mesolithic stone assemblages found in the United Kingdom. Beyond the fact that they appear to be concentrated in south-east England, almost nothing is known about them. Partly, this is because so few of the known assemblages have been fully published, and where they have, they invariably lack supplementary data in the form of absolute dates or spatial patterning. This paper goes someway to correcting this lacuna. It comprises a detailed report on the stone assemblage from the ‘Horsham’ site of Kettlebury 103, on Hankley Common, together with new radiocarbon dates and a limited spatial analysis for the site.

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