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‘After The Ice: Yorkshire’s Prehistoric People’ – the new exhibition of some of the most remarkable and complete finds from Britain’s Stone Age will be assembled for the first time at The Yorkshire Museum in York, which opens to the public on the 24th May 2013.
Seen here: Curator of Archaeology; Natalie McCaul with a Red Deer skull headdress (courtesy of Scarborough Museums Trust) dating back Eleven thousand years to the Mesolithic period, and unearthed at Star Carr, near Scarborough, North Yorkshire – an internationally noted site for understanding the hunter-gatherer communities of the Mesolithic period in Europe.
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