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Becky dobson
Hi i found this tooth on overstrand in norfolk this week , but it is unlike any tooth I have seen can anyone help identify it please, thanks in advance. Click image for larger version - Name: 20190223_143726.jpg, Views: 47, Size: 100.12 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 20190223_143733.jpg, Views: 45, Size: 112.85 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 20190223_143740.jpg, Views: 40, Size: 62.34 KB
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Gandalf the White
It looks alot like an incisor with one root because the enamel is on the more square end. Here are some of your pictures compared to some human incisors. Click image for larger version - Name: 8B77F3A9-CC0F-416A-9EA1-D0EFF9706755.jpeg, Views: 13, Size: 101.14 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 31EB4631-4ED1-44C5-AC66-9A1B208E74C5.jpeg, Views: 16, Size: 125.22 KB Click image for larger version - Name: EFEDC092-E616-47DE-AE34-B8AE5C0902D5.jpeg, Views: 16, Size: 73.40 KB
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Becky dobson
Brill thanks very much for your reply, the location does throw up deer bones I wonder if it is a deer Incisor?
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Gandalf the White
1, badger canine; 2, bear canine; 3, bear incisor; 4, fox canine; 5, bovid incisor; 6, fox incisor; 7, reindeer incisor; 8, reindeer canine; 9, beaver incisor; 10, horse canine; 11, horse incisor; 12, fallow deer incisor ;13, red deer canine; 14, red deer incisor; 15, hyena incisor; 16, hyena canine; 17, horse decidual incisor 18, lion incisor; 19, wolf canine; 20, ibex incisor; 21, lion canine; 22, shark tooth; 23, human tooth ;24, wolf molar; 25, wolf incisor; 26, moose incisor; 27, lynx canine; 28, wild boar incisors.

5,7,12,23 and 26 could be of interest

I have a feeling it is probably a deer or a deer like creature.

These are all ice age finds.

Source: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0305440305002682 Click image for larger version - Name: 3368655C-F0AA-4DFC-8A27-F11E8F82869B.jpeg, Views: 27, Size: 202.72 KB
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Becky dobson
Brill thanks loads for the info, I did fine deer rib bone at the same site so it is possible deer although some of the others do look close as well thanks loads for your help :)
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prep01
Hi Gandalf The Whte, the lnk goes to a paper on "Aurignacian ethno-linguistic geography of Europe revealed by personal ornaments" is ths the correct link?
Colin Huller
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Gandalf the White
I actually found the information on this guys twitter post, and the source of this information lead to that page. Anyway here is the twitter page hyperlink:

https://mobile.twitter.com/jamie_woodward_/status/634783891967070208
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