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Neolithic axe-heads

Neolithic axe-heads

A display of neolithic axe-heads found within a radius of 5 miles of Mansfield and demonstrating the use of stone from three different areas of Britain.

Moorhaigh chapel and dovecote

Moorhaigh chapel and dovecote

A Possible representation of the Moorhaigh chapel and dovecote based on the excavated evidence.

Doubleaxeheads

Doubleaxeheads

Two mounted Neolithic axe heads, locally found and on display in Mansfield Museum. 1 - Polished Langdale greenstone 2 - Semi-polished East Anglian flint

Well Head

Well Head

The well head excavated at Warsop.

Mosaic

Mosaic

Polychrome drawing by Hayman Rooke of the mosaic floor of the Mansfield Woodhouse villa excavated in the late 18th. century.

Tankard Base

Tankard Base

A rare example of part of the base of a Romano-British greyware tankard, from Warsop.

Moorhaig Farm Finds

Moorhaig Farm Finds

Museum display of the finds from the concluding 2013 excavation at Pleasley.

King John's Palace

King John's Palace

Based on the archaeological evidence, an artist's impression of the North elevation of the Plantagenet hunting lodge known as King John's Palace at Clipstone.

Flint Knife

Flint Knife

A neolithic flint blade found at Forest Town and hafted in the manner of the one found intact with the Alpine Ice Man