Mesolithic Scotland and its neighbours: the early holocene prehistory of Scotland, its British and Irish context, and some Northern European perspectives

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Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2004 - Social Science - 458 pages
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Contents

Paraglacial and Postglacial Evolution of the Physical Environment of Scotland
27
Interpretative Issues Concerning the Driving Forces of Vegetation Change in the Early Holocene
45
Palaeoenvironments of the Late Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Periods in Scotland and
55
a Comparison of the Fossil and Archaeological Records
73
Dating Forager Communities in Scotland
83
A Date List to October 2002 for Early Foragers in Scotland
95
Discussion
159
The Material Culture of Mesolithic Scotland
185
an Island Perspective
271
Reviewing Aspects of the Mesolithic Period in Ireland
285
Wales During the Mesolithic Period
299
Current Perspectives and New Research
339
Discussion
359
with Special Reference to Burials and Cemeteries
371
Danish Shell Middens Reviewed
393
Material Culture and Chronology
413

Function Value DecisionMaking and Landscapes
221
Structural Evidence in the Scottish Mesolithic
229
TheMesolithic Experiencein Scotland
243
Discussion
261
The Mesolithic Period in Poland as Seen From the Perspective of PeatBog Sites
439
Discussion
451
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