6,000-year-old axe discovered at Mount Vernon — The Archaeology News Network

On October 12, 2018, a group of students and teachers participating in an archaeology field trip to Mount Vernon helped to discover a stone axe head dating back to the fourth millennia BCE. The axe is roughly seven inches long and three inches wide. Similar axes date to the Archaic Period of Virginia’s history (4,500-8,000…

via 6,000-year-old axe discovered at Mount Vernon — The Archaeology News Network

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