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Food and Social Complexity at Çayönü Tepesi, Southeastern Anatolia: Stable Isotope Evidence of Differentiation in Diet According to Burial Practice and Sex in the Early Neolithic
The identification of early social complexity and differentiation in early village societies has been approache d in the past most notably through the evaluation of rituals and architectural ...
Food And Social Complexity At Çayönü Tepesi, Southeastern Anatolia: Stable Isotope Evidence Of Differentiation In Diet According To Burial Practice And Sex In The Early Neolithic
► People from secondary burials (Skull Building) had different diets to those buried beneath houses. ► In the later Cell Plan sub-phase of occupation males and females had different diets. ► Dietary variation resulted from ...
The Demographic Development of the First Farmers in Anatolia
The archaeological documentation of the develop-ment of sedentary farming societies in Anatolia isnot yet mirrored by a genetic understanding of thehuman populations involved, in contrast to thespread of farming in Europe ...