Mesolithic era

Mesolithic era

The cultural period between the Paleolithic and Neolithic eras, marked by the appearance of cutting tools.
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The ochre stick from the Mesolithic era is thought to have been used for applying colour to animal skins as well as making art.
In the mesolithic era, which seems to have been about 10,000 years ago, there were people living on the hill.
Uncovering evidence of settlement from the Mesolithic era (9600-4100 BCE) through the Medieval period (15th century CE) and even residual items dating to 36,000 BCE , the volume documents in detail a rich collection of artifacts and sites.
Dr Davies added: "The reshaping of the landscape of Wales began in the Mesolithic era and accelerated hugely in the Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Ages.
He added that "there is evidence to suggest it came from the Mesolithic era.
During the new motorway's construction, archaeologists uncovered an Iron Age settlement, a Roman burial ground and more than 1,000 pieces of flint from the Mesolithic era.
The piece has now been identified as coming from the Mesolithic era and is believed to have been used as a type of sharp weapon, possibly for spearing fish.
Another slightly more recent site, still from the Mesolithic era, was found on the seabed nearby.
Still can't tell the Mesolithic era from the Medieval?