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MezoLith Vol. 1 by Adam Brockbank

Excellent news!

The first volume of this graphic novel set in the mesolithic era  is back in print, with Volume Two due out later this year. 35 more words


QUITE A LONG CLIMB:The History Of The Ladder

The ladder is the very most important thing that no homebuilder or fireman could very well do without; It guides them up to fix anything on the roof or windows or to guide those brave aforementioned firemen to fight the fires or to rescue a loved one. 562 more words


Mesolithic Salvage | What the flint collector left behind

◊ Dear Microburins,

Update | I have added a Reporting Finds page to this blogsite. The guidance has been adopted by the Prehistoric Society on their… 847 more words

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The Mesolithic Bogs are Drying | StoneAgeBogs Group Website

Mesolithic archaeology surviving in wetlands (bogs) is an increasingly rare resource, as evidenced in the rapidly deteriorating—drying and acidifying—remains at Star Carr since the original excavations in the 1940-50s. 118 more words


Mesolithic Videos | Cramond, Edinburgh in the Mesolithic: 5min video

◊ Cramond in the Mesolithic era | Open Virtual Worlds in association with the Cramond Association and Cramond Heritage Trust | 11-Apr-2016 (Oct-2015 Vimeo) 5min… 54 more words

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Walkover Survey of Mesolithic Archaeology at Risk in North Yorkshire | Damned Flint Collectors

Since at least 2000, I’ve been monitoring the state of upland areas where Mesolithic lithic scatters are located (e.g. Carter 2016). We also have Mesolithic–Neolithic archaeology in the lowland zone too, generally revealed on agricultural land (fieldwalking). 521 more words

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The Archaeology of Far Cry Primal

The professors were in their places, the Twitch stream went live, and Micheál Butler, one of our MA students in Mesolithic Studies started the count-down to 10,000 BC. 418 more words