Sunday, 15 September 2013

Britains largest excavated red dear antler

Maybe some who have visited my excavations and have discussed my rights and wrongs with me, will understand the facial expression and the many words it tries to say.
 1 - This Cervus Elephus would have almost filled my drive with its Antler spread of approximately 2 metres .

  2 - Sharp sand pocket in the grey deposit.
  3 - 4 - Cervus Elephus beam before excavation.
  4 - I have studied
 these deposits for over a year now and have never found Roman remains, nor any metal what so ever the deposits must be pre Roman..
  The gates behind measure 8 ft wide & 7ft high.  I have reported all of my discoveries, to the Archaeological groups in the local area and further afield, including Mayor Ray Mallon. I still await any interest !.

This is an 4000 year old example found in wales, raved about in its report as being huge, far smaller than the example I excavated at the Middlesbrough site. 

As with all of my excavations into this lake deposit I have never come across any signs of iron, just mineralised animal and human bone,  black quartz rich pottery pieces , and preserved clam and snail shells.

Please use the links below to view more regarding the lake deposits.

 (Stainsby beck) ancient lake deposit more excavated bones

Prehistoric Human tibia shaft excavated from grey ... - history of a beck

HISTORY OF A BECK: Stainsby ancient lake deposits latest

The modern Red deer antlers shown above are considered very big.

The display below shows a display of fossil animal bones from the south of this island that have received much attention from the