British mesolithic sites, often on acid sands, tend to yield little organic material other than charcoal. Flint assemblages form the greatest part of the archaeological evidence. Quantities of burnt stone are usually present. They may be a source of information on past avctivities and so provide important supporting data for the knapped flint. Experiments were carried out to ascertain if the red and white stones, recovered at West Heath, had been burnt.
Keywords: burnt sonte
How to Cite:
Stewart, M., (1990) “Burnt Stone at West Heath, Hampstead”, Papers from the Institute of Archaeology 1, p.37-44. doi: https://doi.org/10.5334/pia.362