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eBook Villages in the Steppe: Late Neolithic Settlement and Subsistence in the Balikh Valley, Northern Syria (International Monographs in Prehistory: Archaeological Series) ePub

by Peter M. Akkermans

  • ISBN: 1879621118
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Peter M. Akkermans
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Berghahn Books; 1 edition (December 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 351
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Late Neolithic settlements dating to around 7000 cal. BC are widespread in Upper Mesopotamia, however, the site of Tell Sabi Abyad is unique in the scale and quality of excavation, revealing an extensive architecture, huge numbers of domesticated animal bones, stone tools an. .

Late Neolithic settlements dating to around 7000 cal. BC are widespread in Upper Mesopotamia, however, the site of Tell Sabi Abyad is unique in the scale and quality of excavation, revealing an extensive architecture, huge numbers of domesticated animal bones, stone tools and potsherds. A previous study reported lipid residues in nearly 300 potsherds as part of a wider investigation of the origins of dairying in the Near East and Southeastern Europe.

International Monographs in Prehistory: Archaeological Series. In this book, Akkermans provides a systematic overview of the Halaf culture in the Syrian portion of the valley of the Balikh River, a tributary of the Euphrates. Following a broad exposition of the geography of the region, excavation results, definition of chronological periods within the Halaf, and patterns of site distributions, interpretive questions are explored.

by Peter M. Akkermans (Author). in Books History Ancient Civilizations Prehistory. ISBN-13: 978-1879621114. in Books Textbooks Social Sciences Archaeology.

Villages in the Steppe book. Hardcover, 351 pages. Published December 1st 1993 by International Monographs in Prehistory (first published January 1st 1993). Villages in the Steppe: Later Neolithic Settlement and Subsistence in the Balikh Valley, Northern Syria (Archaeological Series, 5). ISBN. 1879621118 (ISBN13: 9781879621114).

Ann Arbor, Michigan: International Monographs in Prehistory, c1993. Physical Description: xv, 351p. These include site types and the problems of determining site hierarchies, the nature of Halaf subsistence, and the role of exchange in the Halaf culture.

In this book, Peter Akkermans provides a systematic overview of the Halaf culture of the 6 th millennium BC in the Syrian .

In this book, Peter Akkermans provides a systematic overview of the Halaf culture of the 6 th millennium BC in the Syrian portion of the valley of the Balikh River, a tributary of the Euphrates. Andrew Sherratt in Journal of Field Archaeology.

Author: Akkermans, . Source: International Monographs in Prehistory, (1993). Publisher: Valley Ann Arbor, Northern Syria. Faculty: Faculty of Archeology.

Villages in the Steppes: Later Neolithic Settlement and Subsistence in the Balikh Valley, Northern Syria, Archaeological Series 5, International Monographs in Prehistory, Ann Arbor, MI. Google Scholar. Akkermans, P. and Schwartz, G. M. (2003).

In this book, Akkermans provides a systematic overview of the Halaf culture in the Syrian portion of the valley of the Balikh River, a tributary of the Euphrates.

Peter M. G. Akkermans.

In this book, Akkermans provides a systematic overview of the Halaf culture in the Syrian portion of the valley of the Balikh River, a tributary of the Euphrates. Following a broad exposition of the geography of the region, excavation results, definition of chronological periods within the Halaf, and patterns of site distributions, interpretive questions are explored. These include site types and the problems of determining site hierarchies, the nature of Halaf subsistence, and the role of exchange in the Halaf culture.