The framework is designed to represent the state of Mesolithic research and understanding today, and to inform future decisions, be it in identifying significant museum collections, deploying resources in a developer-led context, or to ensure that archaeological research deriving from all sectors has currency.
Developing a Mesolithic Research and Conservation Framework is an English Heritage funded project to update the archaeology community’s priorities for future research into the period. The three phases of the project comprise the resource assessment, research agenda and the research framework itself. The project is devised to be updated periodically, thus continued involvement from contributors to the website and documents are encouraged!
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Contributions are welcomed from anyone interested in the Mesolithic, be they private researchers, or commercial, curatorial or academic archaeologists | Project Manager: Ed Blinkhorn University of York | » Learn more
Please note that I am publicising this intiative and do not intend any expressed or implied vested interest. However, I do have a personal subject matter interest and so I do support it wholeheartedly.