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Interview Curator's Choice: Elizabeth Walker of National Museum Cardiff chooses a Stone Age axeCurator's Choice: Elizabeth Walker, Curator of Palaeolithic & Mesolithic Archaeology at National Museum Cardiff picks a Neanderthal hand axe made of rhyolite, which dates back to c. 60,000-35,000 BC.01 February 2009
Curator's Choice Curator's Choice: The Happisburgh Hand Axe - the oldest hand axe in north-west EuropeColly Mudie, Head of Norwich Museums Learning Team, explains the significance and allure of the pre-Neanderthal Happisburgh hand axe.16 September 2014
C24 Feature In his own Words: Andrew Richardson on finding a Roman helmet in a Kent fieldThe Finds Manager for the Canterbury Archaeological Trust recalls the phonecall which led to the excavation of a Prehistoric helmet from a field in Kent.04 December 2012