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Title The neolithisation of Iran : the formation of new societies / edited by Roger Matthews and Hassan Fazeli Nashli
Published Oxford : Oxbow Books ; Oakville, CT : David Brown Book Co., 2013
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Description 1 online resource (viii, 296 pages) : illustrations, maps
Series Themes from the ancient Near East BANEA publication series ; vol. 3
Themes from the ancient Near East BANEA publication series ; v. 3
Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Editors' preface; List of contributors; Chapter 1: The Neolithisation of Iran: Patterns of Change and Continuity; Chapter 2: Investigating the Neolithisation of Society in the Central Zagros of Western Iran; Chapter 3: Neolithic Settlement Patterns of the Sarfirouz Abad Plain, Central West Zagros; Chapter 4: Tappeh Sarabe Yavari: A Neolithic Site with Tadpole Ware on the Kermanshah Plain, West Central Zagros; Chapter 5: The Neolithisation Process in the Seimarreh Valley: Excavations at East Chia Sabz, Central Zagros
Chapter 6: Revisiting Neolithisation in the Zagros Foothills: Excavations at Chogha Golan, An Aceramic Neolithic site in Ilam Province, Western IranChapter 7: Proto-Neolithic Caves and Neolithisation in the Southern Zagros; Chapter 8: The Neolithisation of Fars, Iran; Chapter 9: Tepe Rahmatabad: a PrePottery and Pottery Neolithic Site in Fars Province; Chapter 10: Mapping the Neolithic Occupation of the Kashan, Tehran and Qazvin Plains; Chapter 11: Tepe Khaleseh, a Late Neolithic Site in Zanjan Province; Chapter 12: Animals and People in the Neolithisation of Iran
Chapter 13: Sediments, Soils and Livelihood in a Late Neolithic Village on the Iranian Plateau: Tepe SialkChapter 14: Tappeh Sange Chakhmaq: Investigations of a Neolithic Site in Northeastern Iran; Chapter 15: Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq: A New Look; Chapter 16: Northeastern Iran in the Neolithic: the Site of Pookerdvall; Chapter 17: The Late Neolithic Site of Rashak III Rock Shelter, Mazandaran, Iran; Chapter 18: Telle Atashi (Bam, Southeastern Iran) and the Neolithic of the Eastern Near East
Summary The period c. 10,000-5000 BC witnessed fundamental changes in the human condition with societies across the Fertile Crescent shifting their alignment from millennia-old practices of seasonally mobile hunting and foraging to year-round sedentism, plant cultivation and animal herding. The significant role of Iran in the early stages of this transition was recognised more than half a century ago but has not been to the fore of academic consciousness in recent decades. In the meantime, investigations into Neolithic transformation have proceeded apace in all other regions of the Fertile Crescent an
Notes "British Association for Near Eastern Archaeology (BANEA)."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Neolithic period -- Iran
Social archaeology -- Iran
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Iran
HISTORY -- Civilization.
Antiquities.
Excavations (Archaeology)
Neolithic period.
Social archaeology.
HISTORY / Ancient / General
Iran -- History -- To 640
Iran -- Antiquities
Iran.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Fāz̤ilī Nashlī, Ḥasan, 1963- editor
Matthews, Roger, Dr., editor
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9781842177471
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