Star Carr

8,000 BC (Early Mesolithic)


Star Carr, a much-studied site near Scarborough, originally at the edge of a lake, gives evidence for an abundance of animals – elk, wolf, lynx, aurochs, bear, red deer – and the tools, weapons, and symbols of the people who hunted them.

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Printed on: 04 Aug 2020

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