(Epping Forest, 51.63970854110086, 0.027831589879235723)

This small artefact (4.46cm l/5.18 w/2.2 h) is a composite rock and includes fragments of basalt and flint bound together by a mortar made of ash and seawater (a composition similar to the ancient roman concrete). It was discovered near Connought Water inside Epping Forest, East London. It depicts thin lines arranged in a circular pattern, reminiscent of a spider web. This blessing might have required a string instrument to be performed.

This digital recostruction, created with high resolution scanning technology, brought to light faint markings which might be interpreted as vocal accents.