What does Mesolithic mean?



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    “Mesolithic” generally refers to the stone age in Britain, which was about 8000 to about 3500 BC. It was between the Paleolithic and Neolithic ages.

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         The term “Mesolithic” is also used to refer to places outside of Britain. Another term, “Epipaleolithic” is used to describe the same period. “Mesolithic” is used more often to describe areas that were more affected by glacial changes. The Mesolithic (literally: middle stone age) was the period between the Paleolithic (literally: old stone ange) and the neolithic (liiterally: new stone age).

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