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History Chapter 3

The Mesolithic Period

What tools and weapons did the Stone Age people use? They were made from stone.
Name a Mesolithic site in Ireland. Mount Sandal.
What were their houses made of? Light branches of trees - saplings. Covered by skins, grass leaves or bushes.
What was the hearth? It was the fireplace in the centre.
What type of people were the Mesolithic people? They were hunter gatherers.
What did they hunt? Animals, boar, birds, pigeon. They caught salmon and trout. They also gathered berries and hazelnuts.
What did they cook their food on? They cooked their food on spits.
When the food ran out what did they do? They moved to another place.
What type of work did they do? They hunted and fished using spears and arrows. The spears had sharp flintstones.
What were their clothes made from? Animal skins.
How were their clothes sown together? With bone needles.
Created by: ashbro