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Nahal Yarmuth 38: a new and unique Pre-Pottery Neolithic B site in central Israel

  • Avi Gopher (a1), Anna Eirikh-Rose (a2), Hai Ashkenazi (a1), Eyal Marco (a2), Hila May (a3) (a4), Yulia Makoviychuk (a1) (a4), Lidar Sapir-Hen (a1) (a5), Shirad Galmor (a1), Heeli C. Schechter (a6), Dana Ackerfeld (a1), Gil Haklay (a1) (a2) and Katia Zutovski (a1)...

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The small, Middle Pre-Pottery Neolithic B site (tenth millennium cal BP) of Nahal Yarmuth 38 in central Israel consists of a unique series of rectilinear structures with plastered floors, beneath which multiple interments were found. The nature of the finds combined with existing knowledge of burial customs of this period make Nahal Yarmuth 38 an ideal site for investigating designated burial sites in the Middle Pre-Pottery Neolithic B.

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Nahal Yarmuth 38: a new and unique Pre-Pottery Neolithic B site in central Israel

  • Avi Gopher (a1), Anna Eirikh-Rose (a2), Hai Ashkenazi (a1), Eyal Marco (a2), Hila May (a3) (a4), Yulia Makoviychuk (a1) (a4), Lidar Sapir-Hen (a1) (a5), Shirad Galmor (a1), Heeli C. Schechter (a6), Dana Ackerfeld (a1), Gil Haklay (a1) (a2) and Katia Zutovski (a1)...

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