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France 5 offers tonight an exciting new docu-fiction: Stone Age Atlandid, which reconstructs the existence of men in northern Europe in the Mesolithic (9,000 to 5,000 BC), at a time when man began to settle down. But the global warming of this postglacial era leads to a rise in water levels that eventually submerge the land. Scientists have discovered a territory that then linked England to the continent ...
For a long time, scientists thought that during the Stone Age, and in particular during the Mesolithic, human civilization was that of hunter-gatherers, trying to survive in extremely difficult climatic conditions. But new findings tend to prove that the times were actually more prosperous than previously thought, and that humans had already developed complex social structures, perhaps even practicing agriculture and commerce. In the Mesolithic, a gradual warming in Europe would have been fatal in certain regions due to a sudden rise in water levels.
The Stone Age Atlandide, Sunday June 27 at 8:35 pm on France 5. Replay on July 4 at 4:45 pm.