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EARLY HOLOCENE CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENT OF ANATOLIA
Modern vegetation cover in southwestern Asia
The principal sources of palynological data used to reconstruct the climatic history of Anatolia and the rest of the Near East 500006000 BP
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According Aceramic Neolithic village Amuq Anatolia animals archaeological architectural artefacts assemblage basin Beldibi bones Bordaz bowls building Burdur burnished Catal Hoyiik East cattle cave Cayonii cell-plan cereals cultivation dates decoration domesticated Early Chalcolithic period Early Chalcolithic village early farmers eastern ecological niches ecological zones einkorn Epipaleolithic Euphrates evidence excavations farming communities figurines flint floors goats grill-plan Hacilar Halaf culture Halaf period Hasan Holocene houses human hunter-gatherer inhabitants Konya Konya plain Kurucay Late Neolithic layers Level lithic located Marmara material culture Mersin mountains mudbrick Neolithic and Chalcolithic Neolithic period Neolithic settlement Nevali Nevali Cori northern obsidian occupation Ozdogan painted pottery painted ware Paleolithic phase plaster pottery PPNB radiocarbon region remains ritual Sea of Marmara sedentary sheep sherds shrines sixth millennium BC skulls soil southeastern stone Stratigraphy structures subsistence suggest Taurus Taurus mountains Todd Ubaid vegetation vessels ware group wild Zeist