3.9 Metal, slag and glass from Sand
Slag, Metal Slag, Copperalloy, Glass Beads, Hearth, Glass
Most of these finds are from high spits and they are presumably all more recent than the Mesolithic activity in the rock shelter. The slag remains, including a hearth bottom indicate a single short-lived episode of blacksmithing, and the presence of two melted copper-alloy fragments in the same area suggests that limited bronze working also took place here. The glass beads have a broad date range.