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Doggerland farewell.

Palaeogeographic models of North West Europe from 11,000 to 7,000 BP at 500 year intervals. The land bridge between England & the Continent explains why hunter-gatherers entered Britain via present day Norfolk & Lincolnshire. By 8,000 BP that route was inundated & a Channel approach was the shortest maritime path.
(from Sturt et al 2013. 
New models of North West European Holocene palaeogeography and inundation Journal of Archaeological Science Volume 40, Issue 11, 3963–3976).
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