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Mesolithic Northern England: Environment, Population and Settlement

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DatePublished - 2000
PublisherArchaeopress
Place of PublicationOxford
Original languageEnglish

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NameBritish Archaeological Reports British Series

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Focusing on evidence from northern England, this book addresses the idea of gradual population increase and related concepts of Mesolithic settlements. Critically assessed are both the nature of the archaeological and environmental evidence for Mesolithic adaptations. A possible different approach is suggested, which acknowledges the importance of ecological changes in a large scale model of changing vegetation, but attempting to avoid static and deterministic interpretations.

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