Mesolithic

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Synonyms for Mesolithic

middle part of the Stone Age beginning about 15,000 years ago

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The new engravings were found in late June this year but only now have been dated to the Mesolithic Period - a time just after the end of the Ice Age.
One site dates back to the late Mesolithic period - 8,500 to 5,000 years ago.
When did the Mesolithic period occur: during the Stone Age, Iron Age or Ice Age?
Trenches dug on the site off Dyserth Road on the outskirts of Rhyl reveal a small pit containing charcoal and several flint tools, probably from the Mesolithic period (Middle Stone Age), 8,000-4,000 years ago.
During the Mesolithic period at around 7,000 to 6,500BC was when the two land masses were last joined, and by the Neolithic period (from 4,000BC) they were quite separate.
There have been people in the Northumberland area since the start of the Mesolithic period around 10,000 years ago, but I would think that these markings were made after cups and rings, probably during the last 3,000 years.
One settlement is thought to date back to the late Mesolithic period, 8,500 to 5,000 years ago, while the other, found further out to sea at the end of a of a long, rocky outcrop, is thought to be early Mesolithic, 8,500 to 10,000 years ago.
It has been dated to the Mesolithic period, around 10,252 years ago.
Numerous fish remains mostly from pike, and bones of beaver, red deer and wild boar demonstrate a hunter-gatherer-fisher economy for the final Mesolithic period.
Buckley was known as a notable archaeologist, in the forefront of research into the mesolithic period.
Anglesey boasts a rich and diverse history with evidence of human settlers dating back to the Mesolithic period around 7,000BC.
The forest-dwelling pine marten started to decline in Britain as a whole in the Mesolithic period, 8,000-4,000BC, probably as a result of the decline in woodland.
In 5,000BC - during the Mesolithic period - Castle Hill would have been surrounded on three sides by a body of water called Lake Calderdale, a remnant from the Ice Age.