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    HE Images Historic England Heritage Gateway Images of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Ship used to enforce anti slavery laws click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites HMS Buzzard in the Thames The ship was launched in 1849 and for a time was on duty off the coast of America enforcing anti slavery laws Copyright Reproduced by permission of English Heritage

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    little is known about Sambo s life Add to My Favourites English Heritage NMR Image of a Slave ship This piece of embroidery shows 2 scenes One shows what could be a slave ship The other is the inside a house or possibly a church It is in the style of a sampler Samplers were usually worked by girls learning to sew They sometimes included letters of the alphabet but could also show events and scenes from a person s life The story behind this embroidery is a mystery Add to My Favourites English Heritage NMR Mr Cyril N Chapman LRPS Gravestone of a Slave Scipio Africanus Bristol Gravestone of Scipio Africanus 1720 St Mary s Church Henbury Bristol The gravestone bears an interesting inscription giving an insight into how black people were thought of at this time in history Read inscription Add to My Favourites Reproduced by permission of English Heritage NMR Slave Trade Port Sugar Silo Huskisson Dock Liverpool Tate Lyle Sugar Silo Huskinsson Dock Liverpool Sugar cane cut by slaves was imported and refined here Merchants and manufacturers made huge profits Add to My Favourites Copyright English Heritage NMR Slave Trade Port Albert Dock Liverpool Merseyside Warehouses used to store goods including products of the Slave Trade such as sugar and tobacco Albert Dock Liverpool Add to My Favourites Copyright Crown copyright NMR Slave Trade Port Ringers Tobacco Factory Bristol Ringers Tobacco Factory The manufacture of tobacco became an important trade in Bristol Tobacco was imported from the West Indies and America where it was cut by slaves Add to My Favourites English Heritage NMR Mr Keith Hurst Church built with profits from the Slave Trade Hertfordshire New St Lawrence Church Ayot St Lawrence Hertfordshire was built by Sir Lionel Lyde in 1778 He partly demolished the

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    Age Handaxes click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites These two flint tools date back to the Palaeolithic or Old Stone Age As their name suggests they would have been held in someones hand and used for chopping or cutting This makes them some of the earliest stone tools used in Britain Later stone tools were fixed into handles made

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    Stone Age It includes an axe top left a flint core top right end scrapers middle left burin middle centre blades middle right microliths bottom left and blades bottom right The axeheads were fixed into a wooden handle and used like axes today The flint core was the raw material from which other tools could be made Scrapers were used for cleaning animal skins in the process of making leather

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    return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This reconstruction drawing shows what a Mesolithic Middle Stone Age camp might have looked like It would have left very little evidence for archaeologists to find possibly just a few stake holes where tent poles went into the ground and scatters of worked flint During the Mesolithic people lived a hunter gatherer lifestyle moving around to

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    includes an end scraper top left flint cores top right long end scraper middle left end and side scraper middle left below long end scraper polished flint axes middle right serrated blade in bottom left laurel leaf blade bottom 2nd left leaf shaped arrow heads bottom centre and sickle blade bottom right Scrapers were used for cleaning animal skins in the process of making leather The axeheads were fixed into

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    of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Late Neolithic Tool Kit click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This collection of flints shows the range of stone tools used by people during the later part of the Neolithic New Stone Age It includes polished flint axes top left discoidal knives top and 2nd row right of axes knives top row 4th and 5th from left and 2nd row 2nd from left end scrapers middle below plan convex in top row top row 2nd from right and larger one top right a piercer middle right transverse arrow heads bottom from left a notch bottom 2nd from left and a core top right Axes were fixed in to a wooden handle and used like axes today Discoidal round and other knives were used for cutting like knives today Scrapers were used for cleaning animal skins in the process of making leather Piercers were used for making small holes in things such as wood bone or leather Arrowheads were attached to wooden shafts to make arrows for hunting A core was the raw material from which other tools could be made Copyright English Heritage Reference

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    Age tools To the left is a stone axe in a wooden handle in the centre is a flint knife blade attached to a wooden handle to the right is a sickle made by gluing flint blades onto a curved piece of antler and below is a flint arrowhead attached to a wooden shaft It is important to remember that archaeologists only find things that don t rot away They

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