Exhibition Objects

Welcome to Exploring Objects. Here you can explore the rich collection of objects that have been unearthed from the Creswell Heritage Area. To find an object, type in the words that best describe what you are looking for and click ‘Search’

Search View all

17 search results for Creswell Crags: Mother Grundys Parlour cave

  • A human skull
    A human skull

    Skull of boy from Mother Grundy’s Parlour. Iron Age, 2,000 years old

    More

  • Arrowheads
    Arrowheads

    Neolithic flint weapon heads from Mother Grundy's Parlour. 4,700-3,700 years old.

    More

  • Artefact drawings
    Artefact drawings

    20th century drawings of Middle Palaeolithic quartzite artefacts found in A. L.Armstrong’s excavation in Mother Grundy’s Parlour Paper archive

    More

  • Artefact drawings
    Artefact drawings

    20th century drawings of Upper Palaeolithic flint tools found by A.L. Armstrong in Mother Grundy’s Parlour

    More

  • Butchered horse teeth
    Butchered horse teeth

    Upper Palaeolithic food remains from Mother Grundy’s Parlour, 12,000 years old.

    More

  • Charred hazelnut shell
    Charred hazelnut shell

    Mesolithic food remains, 9,000 years old. Nut shells from Marsh Benham, Berkshire. These are similar to nut shells found at Mother Grundy's Parlour, Creswell Crags.

    More

  • Core
    Core

    Mesolithic chert waste from Mother Grundy's Parlour. 9,000-8,500 years old.

    More

  • Drawn pieces of bone
    Drawn pieces of bone

    20th century drawings of marked bones from A. L. Armstrong’s excavation in Mother Grundy’s Parlour.

    More

  • Excavation Photograph
    Excavation Photograph

    Photograph of A.L. Armstrong and G.A.Garfitt outside Mother Grundy's Parlour

    More

  • Hippopotamus teeth
    Hippopotamus teeth

    Hippopotamus upper tooth rows from Mother Grundy's Parlour. Last Interglacial, 130,000-110,000 years old

    More

  • Mother Grundy’s Parlour plan
    Mother Grundy’s Parlour plan

    Plan of Mother Grundy's Parlour plan by A.L. Armstrong showing excavation areas.

    More

  • Narrow-nosed rhinoceros jaw
    Narrow-nosed rhinoceros jaw

    Lower jaw of a young narrow-nosed rhinoceros from Mother Grundy's Parlour. Last Interglacial, 130,000-110,000 years old. Bone

    More

  • Points and scrapers
    Points and scrapers

    Upper Palaeolithic weapon tips and tools from Mother Grundy's Parlour, 12,000 - 11,000 years old. Made on flint.

    More

  • Section drawing
    Section drawing

    20th century drawing of sediments shown in section from A.L. Armstrong’s excavation in Mother Grundy’s Parlour

    More

  • Small blades and a scraper
    Small blades and a scraper

    Mesolithic flint tools from Mother Grundy's Parlour. 9,000-8,500 years old.

    More

  • Spotted hyaena droppings
    Spotted hyaena droppings

    Fossilised dung from Creswell Crags, Mother Grundy’s Parlour. Last Ice Age, 40,000 - 22,000 years old.

    More

  • Weapon fragment embedded in piece of animal rib
    Weapon fragment embedded in piece of animal rib

    Mesolithic weapon tip broken off in bone of wounded animal from Mother Grundy’s Parlour. 9,000 years old.

    More