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Late Neolithic Period (c.2500-1500B.C.)

Coarse corded pottery pot with incised pattern
Late Neolithic period
Excavated from Yung Long, Tuen Mun
Height: 16cm Body diameter: 19.5cm

Pottery spindle whorls
Late Neolithic period
Excavated from Yung Long, Tuen Mun
Diameter: 3.3-4.2cm

Stone yue-axe (ceremonial axe)
Late Neolithic period
Excavated from Yung Long, Tuen Mun
Length: 29.5cm Width: 17.3cm

Slotted stone rings
Late Neolithic period
Excavated from Yung Long, Tuen Mun
Diameter: 2.3-6cm

Stone anchor
Late Neolithic period
Excavated from Yung Long, Tuen Mun
Length: 23cm Width: 19cm

Soft pottery jar with lozenge and raised dot design
Late Neolithic period
Excavated from Sha Lau Tong Wan, Ma Wan
Height: 46cm Body diameter: 36cm

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