Stone age houses

Explore the intriguing world of Stone Age houses and discover the unique designs and architecture that were used during this ancient era. Learn how our ancestors lived and be inspired by their ingenuity.
The remains of a Mesolithic house, at Howick, Northumberland, England, were excavated by archaeologists, from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, during the summers of 2000 and 2002. Rings of postholes, at successively higher levels, provided evidence that the house had been completely rebuilt twice since its original construction. Radiocarbon dating of charred hazelnut shells, found in a sequence of hearths, has shown that the house was first built c. 7800 BC. Ancient Humans, Ancient Forest, Oak Island, English History, Round House, Ancient Aliens, North Sea, Historical Architecture, East Coast

The remains of a Mesolithic house, at Howick, Northumberland, England, were excavated by archaeologists, from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, during the summers of 2000 and 2002. Rings of postholes, at successively higher levels, provided evidence that the house had been completely rebuilt twice since its original construction. Radiocarbon dating of charred hazelnut shells, found in a sequence of hearths, has shown that the house was first built c. 7800 BC.

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Stone Age Facts What is the Stone Age? The Stone Age is a period in prehistory during which early humans started using stones, usually flint, to make tools and weapons. It is the earliest known period of human culture. Prehistoric Petroglyphs in the Akakus Mountains, Sahara, Libya How long did the Stone Age last? The S

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