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The Mesolithic is presented and received very differently in different areas of Europe. Broadly this varies on a national level but there are also more nuanced regional variations.
As in Britain, information about the Mesolithic gets from specialists (archaeologists) to the public through a variety of interfaces such as museums, traditional media (television, radio, newspapers), schools, popular books - (fiction and non-fiction), artistic work (performances, fine arts), direct outreach (public lectures, site tours, experimental archaeology), archaeological/historical societies and specifically web-based dissemination.
These are not all easy to examine for non-natives but it is important to recognise that each are likely to be present in some form.

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