Atlit-Yam: A Prehistoric Site on the Sea Floor off the Israeli Coast

@inproceedings{Galili1993AtlitYamAP,
  title={Atlit-Yam: A Prehistoric Site on the Sea Floor off the Israeli Coast},
  author={Ehud Galili and Mina Weinstein-Evron and Israel Hershkovitz and Avi Gopher and Mordecai Kislev and Omri Lernau and Liora Kolska-Horwitz and Hanan Lernaut},
  year={1993}
}
AbstractAtlit- Yam, a settlement 400 m off the Israeli shore, is the largest (60,000 sq m) and most deeply submerged (8–12 m bsl) prehistoric settlement ever uncovered along the Mediterranean coast. The architecture of the dwellings, the lithic tool assemblages, and radiocarbon dating indicate habitation during the late Pre-Pottery Neolithic (PPN) period) ca. 8100–7500 B.P. Floral and faunal remains suggest that the village economy was complex, based on several different food resources acquired… CONTINUE READING

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