Excavations here have revealed a substantial tool-making site.
Other sites are known in the Avon valley and intensive fieldwork around Nuneaton has produced a large number of finds and evidence of several settlement sites.
Other flint tools were used for working wood and bone and for cleaning skins.
Some 20 sites are known in Warwickshire of which the most important is Blacklow Hill, near Warwick.
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Around 6,000 years ago the hunter-gatherer way of life was gradually being replaced by a simple farming economy, thus further modifying their habitat.
These Neolithic or New Stone Age people raised sheep, pigs and cattle, and grew cereal crops.
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