Re: non-agricultural neolithic village?
Cameron Laird (claird@Starbase.NeoSoft.COM)
20 Jan 1995 07:46:52 -0600
In article <email@example.com>,
Naomi Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Also, Michael Rosenberg has been working in eastern Turkey at a site called
>Hallam Cemi (C with a cedilla, pronounced "ch"), which seems to be
>pre-farming, thought the faunal analyst (Richard Redding) said at
>a meeting of the Soc. for Amer. Arch. last year that there
>may be domesticated pig. The New York Times science section had an
>article on that subject soon after the SAA meeting last April.
One description of it is available on-line at
I recommend it; it's worth reading. There's also a PostScript
rendition available in the same directory.
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