Hallan Çemi, pig husbandry, and post-pleistocene adaptations along the Taurus-Zagros Arc (Turkey)

@article{Rosenberg1998HallanP,
  title={Hallan Çemi, pig husbandry, and post-pleistocene adaptations along the Taurus-Zagros Arc (Turkey)},
  author={M Michael Rosenberg and R Marc Nesbitt and Richard William Redding and Brian L. Peasnall},
  journal={Paleobiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={24},
  pages={25-41}
}
Les travaux recents conduits a Hallan Cemi et sur d'autres sites qui se placent en Anatolie orientale sur l'horizon a maisons circulaires indiquent que les flancs du Taurus-Zagros furent un deuxieme centre autochtone de neolithisation en Asie du sud-ouest. Des societes tout a fait sedentarisees de chasseurs-cueilleurs etaient presentes dans cette region au Dryas recent. Ces groupes etablis en village avaient une subsistance qui ne reposait pas sur l'exploitation des cereales absentes dans cette… 

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