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In the Mesolithic period, the successors of Paleolithic humans adapted to the rapid global warming that constitutes the beginning of our present interglacial period, circa 9,600 BCE ago. Their lifestyle nonetheless continued to be based on hunting, fishing and gathering until with the arrival of the Neolithic farmers-breeders circa 6000 BCE in France.
This excavation, conducted since the month of April by team of Inrap archaeologists, has revealed three prehistoric occupations dated from the Fina
Human societies have always been confronted to a modest or ample, slow or sudden rise in sea level, and thus to the retreat or advance of the land...
A poor relative of mammals, the fish only had for himself that he was particularly prolific. As a result, he is abundantly fished and eaten. The...
Numerous Neanderthal artifacts are currently being excavated by a team from the Inrap at Saint-Amand-les-Eaux (Nord).