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Lithic technology and regional variation in late Neolithic Jordan

Dawn Nadine Cropper

Lithic technology and regional variation in late Neolithic Jordan

by Dawn Nadine Cropper

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Published by Archaeopress in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Regionalism,
  • Stone implements,
  • Antiquities,
  • Neolithic period,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDawn Nadine Cropper
    SeriesBAR international series -- 2291, BAR international series -- 2291.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN855.J67 C76 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 151 p. :
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25172668M
    ISBN 101407308688
    ISBN 109781407308685
    LC Control Number2011507375
    OCLC/WorldCa769470218

    Nassr A. H. () – Large cutting tools Variations of Early Sudan Paleolithic from site of Jebel ElGrain east of Lower Atbara River. Berlin, Der antike Sudan. MittSAG Nassr A. H. () – The late Neolithic at Qalaat Shanan site within Shendi Reach.   This paper examines theoretical and methodological approaches to measuring and discussing skill in the archaeological record. Focusing specifically on evaluating skill in lithic production, a case study is presented which quantifies production errors in several assemblages of obsidian blades from early pastoralist sites of the Elmenteitan culture in southern Kenya (c. – BP).

    The Neolithic Age. The Neolithic or New Stone Age (7 to 10, years ago) pertains to a stage of culture following the Paleolithic and is characterized by the use of polished stone implements, development of permanent dwell-ings, cultural advances such as pottery making, domestication of animals and plants, the cultivation of grain. The Paleolithic-to-Neolithic transition and the origin of pottery production in the Russian Far East: new radiocarbon and pollen data from Late Neolithic sites. Journal of Archaeological Science 25 (8)–6. Lee, GA, Crawford, GW, Liu, L, Chen, X. Kevin and Jordan, Peter

    Given their dispersal across Western Europe, long barrows have been given different names in the various different languages of this region. The term "barrow" is a southern English dialect word for an earthen tumulus, and was adopted as a scholarly term for such monuments by the 17th-century English antiquarian John Aubrey. Synonyms found in other parts of Britain included low in Cheshire. B. Articles in Refereed Journals and Books Late Acheulian Artifacts from Ain el-Assad (Lion’s Spring), Near Azraq, Eastern Jordan. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research The Late Acheulian Site at Fjaje, Wadi el-Bustan, Southern Jordan. Paléorient 7/1: a Paleolithic and Neolithic Ain el-Assad.


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Lithic Technology and Regional Variation in Late Neolithic Jordan This book includes papers from a congress that took place at the University of Leuven from the 19th to 21st September, More.

Spatial technology and archaeological interpretation. Proceedings of the. Written by a lithic analyst and professional flintknapper, this book systematically examines variation in technology, typology, and industries for the Lower, Middle, and Upper Paleolithic; the Epipaleolithic; and Neolithic periods in the Near East.

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