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Hartlepool Mesolithic/Neolithic Forest

<b>Hartlepool Mesolithic/Neolithic Forest</b>Posted by fitzcoraldo
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<b>Hartlepool Mesolithic/Neolithic Forest</b>Posted by fitzcoraldo
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Hartlepool Mesolithic/Neolithic Forest by fitzcoraldo "The Remains of a human skeleton, dated to the Neolithic (4680+/-60 BP; 3632-3342 cal BC;) Found partially exposed in the peat deposits".
"The find was made in February 1972 by Reg Dowey, who recovered several bones, including a skull and five flints".
These remains are now displayed in the Hartlepool Museum.

Details from
Archaeology & Environment of Submerged Landscapes in Hartlepool Bay, England.
By Mags Waughman
Tees Archaeology Monograph Series Volume 2
Available from
Tees Archaeology
fitzcoraldo Posted by fitzcoraldo
8th December 2006ce
Edited 9th December 2006ce
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