Territories, Boundaries and Cultures in the Neolithic Near East

Territories, Boundaries and Cultures in the Neolithic Near East

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This book presents a study of Neolithisation and the chronological sequence of Neolithic cultures in the Near East. Focusing on the years between 10, 500 and 6200 BC, the authors start with empirical data in an attempt to reveal not only cultures, but the territorial limits of these cultures 'their borders' and their possible interactions with time. The geographical zone covered comprises the two branches of the area known traditionally as the Fertile Crescent, as well as the steppe/desert zone which they encompass. A full Appendix presents a catalogue and find distribution sites.Already discernible on the preceding maps, the borders are better demonstrated by superimposition on the same map of types considered after ... The middle valley of the Euphrates thus constitutes both the contact zone and the frontier between the distribution circuits aquot;controlledaquot; by the ... The geographic proximity ( as the bird flies... or following the aquot;naturalaquot; routes of communication) of the sources andanbsp;...

Title:Territories, Boundaries and Cultures in the Neolithic Near East
Author: Stefan Karol Kozłowski, Olivier Aurenche
Publisher:British Archaeological Reports Limited - 2005-01

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