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11,000-Year-Old Artefacts From Star Carr On Show At Scarborough’s Rotunda Museum
Objects from Star Carr, considered to be one of the world’s most important Mesolithic, or Middle Stone Age, sites, go on display at Scarborough’s Rotunda Museum this month. From Tuesday 20 October, visitors will be able to see remarkable 11,000-year-old artefacts including an antler headdress, barbed points, birch bark rolls, flint…
Ela Bochenek with the Star Carr antler headdress. Photo by Tony Bartholomew
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