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Sites at High Salvington and Mount Carvey, within the borough, and at nearby Myrtlegrove and Roger's Farm in Patching and Findon, have all been identified as possible, but cannot be confirmed because of plough disturbance.
The flints would have been used to make tools such as axes, scrapers and arrow heads.
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In the Neolithic period, the South Downs above Worthing was one of Britain's largest and most important flint-mining centres.