Hunting the Hunter-Gatherers, Mesolithic Teesside, by Peter Rowe

Hunting the Hunter-Gatherers, Mesolithic Teesside, by Peter Rowe

Hunting the Hunter-Gatherers, Mesolithic Teesside, by Peter Rowe, with illustrations by Nigel Dobbyn

Published by Tees Archaeology, 24 pages. Booklet - c.20.5cm by 26cm (N6100X2)

Fully illustrated throughout with colour and black and white photographs and drawings, this short booklet examines the history of mesolithic Teesside, a period that began around 9600BC and ended around 4000BC with the introduction of farming

From the rear side cover: Following the end of the last Ice Age, at around 10,000 BC, the landscape of the Lower Tees Valley was inhabited by communities of hunter-gatherers. These people relied on the local flora and fauna for their food, clothing, shelter and other everyday needs. This period is called the Mesolithic. Despite being one of the longest epochs of prehistory, the Mesolithic is also one of the most poorly understood. It is hoped that this illustrated booklet will appeal to the general reader with an interest in archaeology and the Teesside area.

 
Condition of the booklet is generally excellent. The covers are clean and bright, the staple spine is  tight and intact, and all pages are clean, intact, unblemished and tightly bound. There is a small price sticker on the rear side cover
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