Pot Boiler, Woodhenge, Sailsbury Plain, UK


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SIZE: 49 x 44 x 29mm
(1.93 x 1.73 x 1.14 inches)

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Specimen: Pot Boiler
Age: Neolithic
Location Found: Woodhenge, Sailsbury Plain, UK

“Pot boilers”  are stones placed into the fire to heat up and then transferred to a pot of water to boil it.

The Neolithic comprises a progression of behavioural and cultural characteristics and changes, including the use of wild and domestic crops and of domesticated animals. The term Neolithic derives from the Greek “new”, and líthos, “stone”, literally meaning “New Stone Age”.

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