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The extensive excavations at Bar Pasture recovered only a modest lithic assemblage of just 327 struck
flints (Table 11). A sizeable quantity of burnt unworked flint (that is not discussed in detail here) was also recovered. The greater part of the assemblage dates from the Chalcolithic (Beaker) and Early Bronze Age, with a significant proportion recovered from contemporary features, including ring-ditches and 30 pits. A small number of Mesolithic and Neolithic artefacts reflect earlier activity in the landscape. The Mesolithic artefacts were unstratified and widely distributed, while the Neolithic assemblage comprises only a few flakes from two pits.