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"The Horse Butchery Site is one of many excavated in quarries near Boxgrove, an internationally significant area that is home to Britain's oldest human remains.

During the excavations in the 1980-90s, archaeologists recovered more than 2,000 razor sharp flint fragments from eight separate groupings, known as knapping scatters.

These are places where individual early humans knelt to make their tools and left behind a dense concentration of material between their knees…"


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