NGR: SD 702 788
BONES: Wild horse tooth (Equus ferus).
POSITION IN CAVE: Alcove above the first pitch.
IDENTIFICATION: A Currant, Natural History Museum.
LOCATION OF FINDS: ?
NOTES: Referred to as Craftsman's pot in Brook et al. (1994) and the account of the original explorers (Davidson, 1989). The size and morphology of the tooth suggested a possible Pleistocene Age.
Brook, D., Griffiths, J., Long, M.H. & Ryder, P.f. (1994) Northern Caves Volume 3 The Three Counties and the North West. Skipton. Dalesman.
Davison, C. (1989) Craftsman's Pot. The Caver (Northern Cave Club Journal) [unnumbered] 36-39.
Roberts, C. (1989) Craftsman's Hole, Kingsdale: A palaeontological find. Caves and Caving 43: 24.
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