mesolithic

[adj] - of or relating to a middle period of the Stone Age (following the paleolithic)
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Mesolithic

7000-4000BC (Britain) See TIMELINE
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Mesolithic

The Middle Stone Age developmental stage of human technology and of prehistory. ...
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Mesolithic

See Overviews for details.
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mesolithic

adjective of or relating to a middle period of the Stone Age (following the paleolithic)
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Mesolithic

The Mesolithic (Greek: mesos "middle", lithos "stone") is an archaeological concept used to refer to specific groups of archaeological cultures defined as falling between the Paleolithic and the Neolithic. The term developed as a catch-all to refer to material that did not fit into the other categories of prehistory and after the development o...
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Mesolithic

The Middle Stone Age developmental stage of human technology and of prehistory
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