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Towards configuring the neolithisation of Aegean Turkey
Increasing field work in the  Izmir region has produced much sought tangible evidence about the ways in which food-producing communities emerged in the Aegean. Focusing on the archaeological andExpand
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Beginnings of the Neolithic in Southeast Europe: the Early Neolithic sequence and absolute dates from Džuljunica-Smărdeš (Bulgaria)
Investigations of a balk in the centre of the prehistoric settlement of Džuljunica-Smărdes  comprised a sequence of archaeological deposits from the very onset of Neolithisation in South-easternExpand
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The evolution of animal husbandry in Neolithic central-west Anatolia: the zooarchaeological record from Ulucak Höyük (c. 7040–5660 cal. BC, Izmir, Turkey)
Abstract Research into the emergence of animal husbandry west of the Taurus mountains has been primarily confined to central Anatolia, the Lake District and the Marmara region in Anatolia, leaving aExpand
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Data Sharing Reveals Complexity in the Westward Spread of Domestic Animals across Neolithic Turkey
This study presents the results of a major data integration project bringing together primary archaeozoological data for over 200,000 faunal specimens excavated from seventeen sites in TurkeyExpand
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Teaching Open Science: Published Data and Digital Literacy in Archaeology Classrooms
ABSTRACT Digital literacy has been cited as one of the primary challenges to ensuring data reuse and increasing the value placed on open science. Incorporating published data into classrooms andExpand
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Economic and Political Organization of Early Bronze Age Coastal Communities: Tell Fadous-Kfarabida as a Case Study
This contribution seeks to address the issue of the economic and political status of the coastal settlement of Tell Fadous-Kfarabida during the Early Bronze Age III by investigating theExpand
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Pollen-inferred regional vegetation patterns and demographic change in Southern Anatolia through the Holocene
Southern Anatolia is a highly significant area within the Mediterranean, particularly in terms of understanding how agriculture moved into Europe from neighbouring regions. This study uses pollen,Expand
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