The foreword shows how a gravel pit has been holding a Palaeolithic time capsule for more than 50,000 years. The discovery of these encapsulated organic deposits has opened a long awaited window on Neanderthal activity in Britain.
The photograph shows the first flint artefacts found from the organic deposit.
The drawings by John Wymer, are of artefacts found on the reject pile in the 1980's.
The article, written by John Lord, allows an insight into some of the events and finds that led up to the Lynford 2002 excavation.
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