Ancient Chewing GumAn article discussing tar-like materials that were commonly chewed throughout much of northern Europe from at least the Early Mesolithic period.
Chert Use in the Mesolithic of Northern EnglandD. Hind provides a summary of research conducted at the University of Sheffield into the Late Mesolithic and Early Neolithic periods of the Peak District, North Derbyshire. Article includes a discussion of prehistoric trade networks.
MesolithicThe 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 en.wikipedia.org/.../Mesolithic
Origins of WarAn article arguing that warfare was an important factor in Mesolithic times.
Stones That Could be Britain's PyramidsBarry Cunliffe tells the Hay-on-Wye book festival that the Mesolithic people of these islands were more advanced than the early Mediterranean cultures. Report from The Guardian.