Reassessing the evidence for the cultivation of wild crops during the Younger Dryas at Tell Abu Hureyra, Syria

@article{Colledge2010ReassessingTE,
  title={Reassessing the evidence for the cultivation of wild crops during the Younger Dryas at Tell Abu Hureyra, Syria},
  author={S. Colledge and J. Conolly},
  journal={Environmental Archaeology},
  year={2010},
  volume={15},
  pages={124 - 138}
}
  • S. Colledge, J. Conolly
  • Published 2010
  • Biology
  • Environmental Archaeology
  • Abstract The episodic periods of climate change between the end of the Pleistocene and the Early Holocene had significant effects on vegetation in the Levant. The three Late Epipalaeolithic phases at Tell Abu Hureyra (c. 13·1 kya cal. BP to 12·0 kya cal. BP) span the onset of the Younger Dryas when there was a reversion to cold and dry conditions from the preceding warmer/wetter Bølling-Allerød interstadial. The deterioration of the climate is argued to have caused a recession of Mediterranean… CONTINUE READING
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