One of the three Folkton Drums, found in East Yorkshire, England, Late Neolithic period, 2600-2000 BC. These objects were found in a child burial in a round barrow excavated by William Greenwell in 1889. They were found behind the head and hips of the child and are decorated with stylized human faces. The fuction of these drums is unknown. From the British Museum's collection.
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