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News "A Mesolithic favourite": The hazlenuts eaten by hunter-gatherers 8,000 years ago in ScotlandArchaeologists have described significant amounts of charred hazlenut shells, found in the first excavation at Staffin Bay for 20 years, as "the ideal thing to date".02 November 2015
News Archaeologists to dig at Mesolithic bay where hunter-gatherers once lived on SkyeA Mesolithic bay where hunter-gatherers once lived off of wild resources has “huge potential” to reveal life on the north coast of Scotland 8,000 years ago, say archaeologists.05 September 2015
News Hunter-gatherer community could have drilled burnt bone found on Scotland's Isle of SkyeA 12mm-long burnt piece of bone could have been drilled as a clothing accessory by prehistoric inhabitants of a North Skye community, according to archaeologists.06 October 2015