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Sling stone from the Red Crag - Bad Archaeology
In 1926, John Baxter, one of the quarrymen who regularly supplied Ipswich archaeologist James Reid Moir (1879-1944) with interesting discoveries, uncovered a particularly unusual egg-shaped object from below the Red Crag deposits at Bramford (Suffolk, England). He is usually described by Bad Archaeologists as Reid Moir’s “assistant”, but in Moir’s publications he is consistently referred …