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The origins of Europe's first farmers: The role of Hacılar and Western Anatolia, fifty years on
Jüngste Entdeckungen im westlichen Teil Anatoliens werfen ein neues Licht auf die Herkunft von Europas ersten Neolithikern. Vor 50 Jahren schlug James Mellaart vor, dass sich frühneolithischeExpand
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A graphical simulation of the 2,000-year lag in Neolithic occupation between Central Anatolia and the Aegean basin
  • Maxime Brami
  • Geography
  • Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences
  • 1 September 2015
The current distribution of radiocarbon dates for the Neolithic in the Anatolian peninsula indicates a significant time lag, of up to 2,000 calibrated years at two standard deviations, between theExpand
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The diffusion of Neolithic practices from Anatolia to Europe. A contextual study of residential and construction practices 8,500-5,500 BC cal.
Ever since Vere Gordon Childe’s seminal work on The Dawn of European Civilization (Childe 1925), it has been widely accepted that European agriculture originated in Southwest Asia. Exactly howExpand
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House-related practices as markers of the Neolithic expansion from Anatolia to the Balkans
Following the assumption that the Neolithic witnessed the first widespread appearance of permanent houses and households, in line with the adoption of sedentism, this article examines the relevanceExpand
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Modelling the initial expansion of the Neolithic out of Anatolia
Using the space-time distribution of 1162 uniformly recalibrated dates from 71 sites in  Asia Minor, the Aegean Basin, Southern Thrace and Macedonia, this article presents geostatistical  (kriging)Expand
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Early Farmers: The View from Archaeology and Science
  • Maxime Brami
  • History
  • European Journal of Archaeology
  • 29 January 2016
dated for the reader. The text has been very well proof-read with rare typographic errors. Two large-scale maps with selected sites from Mediterranean, southeastern, north, and northwestern EuropeExpand
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The ground beneath their feet: building continuity at Neolithic Çukuriçi Höyük
Abstract A Neolithic structure was rebuilt three times at Çukuriçi Höyük, on the central Anatolian Aegean coast, despite its unfavourable location on unsettled fill. We draw upon this seeminglyExpand
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The mixed genetic origin of the first farmers of Europe
While the Neolithic expansion in Europe is well described archaeologically, the genetic origins of European first farmers and their affinities with local hunter-gatherers (HGs) remain unclear. ToExpand
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