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Mesolithic Storytelling Made Graphic

Years ago I saw a storytelling show quite unlike any I’ve seen before or since. In I Become Part of It the Company of Storytellers – Pomme Clayton, Ben Haggarty, Hugh Lupton – attempted to evoke the imaginative world of northwestern Europe in Mesolithic times, after the retreat of the last glaciers but before the advent of farming, when people still lived by hunting, gathering, and fishing. 416 more words

Teaching Mesolithic | Resources for Schools

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Archaeologist Don Henson at the University of York has been developing a suite of resources for teachers about Star Carr and the Mesolithic period. 195 more words

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Prehistory in primary schools -Teaching resources road-test

Prehistory is on the Primary Curriculum these days, which is great news. What’s not so great is that many schools and more importantly teachers are not as well-informed about the Stone Age as they would wish and need help designing engaging programmes of study for their pupils about prehistory. 417 more words

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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

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Mesolithic Salvage | What the flint collector left behind

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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

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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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