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1. Mesolithic means “middle stone age” 10 things everyone should know about the MESOLITHIC ... 2. The Mesolithic was from about 9,500 BC until 4,000 BC 3. Mesolithic hunter-gatherers caught and collected wild food 4. They used tiny flint (stone) tools called microliths to make arrows 5. Scientific tests show some people ate lots of fish 6. They lived in huts made of wood and animal skins 7. Britain became an island during the Mesolithic around 6,500 BC 9. People buried their dead but sometimes they put parts of the skeletons into caves 10. At Star Carr, near Scarborough, Mesolithic people wore headdresses made from deer antlers 8. Most of Britain would have been covered in trees Life in the Mesolithic lifeinthemesolithic.wordpress.com CB Pease Egyptians _ 2,000 AD___ _ _ _ _ 1,000 AD___ _ _ _ _ 0 BC/AD___ _ _ _ _ 1,000 BC___ _ _ _ _ 2,000 BC___ _ _ _ _ 3,000 BC___ _ _ _ _ 4,000 BC___ _ _ _ _ 5,000 BC___ _ _ _ _ 6,000 BC___ _ _ _ _ 7,000 BC___ _ _ _ _ 8,000 BC___ _ _ _ _ 9,000 BC___ _ _ _ _ 10,000 BC__ _ Vikings Romans MESOLITHIC Lisa Jarvis A Mesolithic home Hazelnuts Reconstructed Hut Birch trees Reconstructed headdress Sea Levels A Mesolithic Hunter

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  • 1. Mesolithic means “middle stone age”

    10 things everyone should know about the MESOLITHIC...

    2. The Mesolithic was from about

    9,500 BC until 4,000 BC

    3. Mesolithic hunter-gatherers caught and collected

    wild food

    4. They used tiny

    flint (stone) tools called microliths to make arrows

    5. Scientific tests show some people

    ate lots of fish 6. They lived in huts

    made of wood and animal skins

    7. Britain became an island during the Mesolithic around 6,500 BC

    9. People buried their dead but sometimes they put parts of the

    skeletons into caves 10. At Star Carr, near Scarborough,

    Mesolithic people wore headdresses made from deer antlers

    8. Most of Britain would have been covered in trees

    Life in the Mesolithic lifeinthemesolithic.wordpress.com

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