Palaeolithic Flintknapping Specialist Instruction Session with Will Lord
Palaeolithic FlintKnapping Workshop with Will Lord
Walk in the footsteps of the first people in Britain by producing an acheulean flint hand axe, used as a butchery tool. These hand axes were made approximately 950,000 years ago by our Homo Heidelbergensis ancestor in Happisburgh North Norfolk.
The class comprises up to 8 students who will spend +/- 30 minutes by way of an introduction to the study material, then 90 minutes of axe making.
Class Size: 8 Maximum
Miniumum Age: 14years
Duration: 2 hrs
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