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Mesolithic Miscellany was first set up in 1980 by T. Douglas Price, University of Wisconsin. It was a newsletter, published twice a year, that aimed to include virtually any information of relevance to the European Mesolithic.
The project to scan the entire run of Mesolithic Miscellany was generously funded by the Department of Archaeology, University of York and could not have been completed without the active and enthusiastic involvement of the Archaeology Data Service.
In 2006 Mesolithic Miscellany was recreated as a free internet newsletter. It is produced twice a year as an informal communication among individuals interested in the European Mesolithic and is available from http://www.york.ac.uk/depts/arch/Mesolithic/index.htm.
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|Volume 1, Number 1 November 1980||849kb|
|Volume 2, Number 1 May 1981||1,302kb|
|Volume 2, Number 2 November 1981||1,119kb|
|Volume 3, Number 1 May 1982||1,166kb|
|Volume 3, Number 2 November 1982||842kb|
|Volume 4, Number 1 May 1983||1,044kb|
|Volume 4, Number 2 November 1983||784kb|
|Volume 5, Number 1 May 1984||841kb|
|Volume 5, Number 2 November 1984||1,359kb|
|Volume 6, Number 1 May 1985||1,181kb|
|Volume 6, Number 2 November 1985||1,132kb|
|Volume 7, Number 1 May 1986||1,837kb|
|Volume 7, Number 2 November 1986||627kb|
|Volume 8, Number 1 May 1987||2,067kb|
|Volume 8, Number 2 November 1987||1,493kb|
|Volume 9, Number 1 May 1988||1,078kb|
|Volume 9, Number 2 November 1988||790kb|
|Volume 10, Number 1 May 1989||2,087kb|
|Volume 10, Number 2 November 1989||1,029kb|
|Volume 11, Number 1 May 1990||782kb|
|Volume 11, Number 2 November 1990||961kb|
|Volume 12, Number 1 May 1991||1,206kb|
|Volume 12, Number 2 November 1991||1,254kb|
|Volume 13, Number 1 May 1992||852kb|
|Volume 13, Number 2 November 1992||1,963kb|
|Volume 14, Number 1-2 November 1993||946kb|
|Volume 15, Number 1 May 1994||1,248kb|
|Volume 15, Number 2 November 1994||778kb|
|Volume 16, Number 1 May 1995||1,193kb|
|Volume 16, Number 2 November 1995||1,329kb|
|Volume 17, Number 1 May 1996||973kb|
|Volume 17, Number 2 November 1996||1,777kb|