[ˌmaglə'məʊsɪən, -z-]
adjective Archaeology relating to or denoting a northern European Mesolithic culture, dated to about 9,500–7,700 years ago.
1920s: from Maglemose, a town in Denmark where objects from this culture were found, + -ian.

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