Here’s a transcript of the 2 miunte clip I linked above:Debris left by the Mesolithic people, who once lived on Doggerland. But the finds are not scattered evenly across the North Sea. Most of them have been trolled from one low lying area, known as the Bran [?] Banks (*). It seems very likely that there was a mesolithic settlement within that area. What’s particularly interesting are recent finds of Neolithic axes. These axes, from the Neolithic, were made at least 1,000 years after Doggerland had been abandoned. Yet they were found on the same site as the old mesolithic remains where people lived centuries earlier. Several of these have been retrieved and there has to be a suspicion that these weren’t simply dropped over the side of a boat by accident. Maybe they’ve been deliberately put there. Some archeologists believe the axes were being used to mark the location of old settlements, placed in the sea in a ritual act of remembrance. It does suggest that later communities are retaining a memory. They’re acknowledging the significance of Doggerland and the communities that had lived there. It’s the place where their ancestors had lived, where spirits may have resided, their original homeland. Many things may have been involved, but for certain, even then Doggerland was regarded as significant.(*) 100 km from the current coastline of England and Netherlands.