A graphical simulation of the 2,000-year lag in Neolithic occupation between Central Anatolia and the Aegean basin

@article{Brami2014AGS,
  title={A graphical simulation of the 2,000-year lag in Neolithic occupation between Central Anatolia and the Aegean basin},
  author={Maxime Brami},
  journal={Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences},
  year={2014},
  volume={7},
  pages={319-327}
}
  • Maxime Brami
  • Published 2014
  • Geography
  • Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences
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 the start of Neolithic occupation on the central Anatolian plateau and in the Aegean basin. This chronological discrepancy appears to match that existing between later aceramic societies in Central Anatolia and Early Neolithic societies in Greece—suggesting that the region now referred to as Western… Expand
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