Çatalhöyük; what we have recently learned about one of the key early (7100–5950 calBC) farming sites in the Old World

In this post we present extracts from some very interesting recently published papers on Çatalhöyük, Turkey, one of the key early farming sites in the Old World. Continue reading “Çatalhöyük; what we have recently learned about one of the key early (7100–5950 calBC) farming sites in the Old World”

Advertisements

Neolithic in the Greek peninsula; cereal cultivation began during the first half of the 7th millennium BC – the Franchti cave findings and what we can learn from them

Here we present extended parts of the very informative and interesting paper titled “Early seventh-millennium AMS dates from domestic seeds in the Initial Neolithic at Franchthi Cave (Argolid, Greece)“, by Catherine Perlès, Anita Quiles and Hélène Valladas (2018). Continue reading “Neolithic in the Greek peninsula; cereal cultivation began during the first half of the 7th millennium BC – the Franchti cave findings and what we can learn from them”

A bottom-up view of food surplus: using stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis to investigate agricultural strategies and diet at Bronze Age Archontiko and Thessaloniki Toumba, northern Greece

Here we present the ‘Abstract‘ of the corresponding paper by Erika Nitsch, Stelios Andreou, Aurélien Creuzieux, Armelle Gardeisen, Paul Halstead, Valasia Isaakidou, Angeliki Karathanou, Dimitra Kotsachristou, Daphne Nikolaidou, Aikaterini Papanthimou, Chryssa Petridou, Sevi Triantaphyllou, Soultana M. Valamoti, Anastasia Vasileiadou & Amy Bogaard. Continue reading “A bottom-up view of food surplus: using stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis to investigate agricultural strategies and diet at Bronze Age Archontiko and Thessaloniki Toumba, northern Greece”

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑