Wednesday, 11 September 2013
1 Bone found deep into the deposit at Stainsby beck, note the Whinstone from the near by Cleveland dyke.
2 The Equus Mandible is just vissible 4 0 clock from the red tool handle, the deposit is covered by packed gravel bed at this location about 500mm thick.
4 This 2 square metre deposit has now yielded a Human Parietal skull bone, 2 different horse mandibles, and a very large Cervid antler and skull piece.
5 Note the mineralisation and lack of bit damage, as ive stated before nearly all of the Equus mandibles in my collection, show no signs of the use of a bit, i.e. Periostitis or irregular tooth wear.