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6000 BC Transformation and Change in the Near East and Europe

By: Peter F Biehl(Editor), Eva Rosenstock(Editor)
436 pages
6000 BC
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About this book

This is the first book to present a comprehensive, up-to-date overview of archaeological and environmental data from the eastern Mediterranean world around 6000 BC. It brings together the research of an international team of scholars who have excavated at key Neolithic and Chalcolithic sites in Syria, Anatolia, Greece, and the Balkans. Collectively, their essays conceptualize and enable a deeper understanding of times of transition and changes in the archaeological record. Overcoming the terminological and chronological differences between the Near East and Europe, the volume expands from studies of individual societies into regional views and diachronic analyses. It enables researchers to compare archaeological data and analysis from across the region and offers a new understanding of the importance of this archaeological story to broader, high-impact questions pertinent to climate and culture change.

Contents

Introduction:
1. Transforming and changing the Neolithic World in the near East and Europe / Peter F. Biehl and Eva Rosenstock

Upper Mesopotamia and Eastern Mediterranean:
2. The late Neolithic Site of Shir in Western Syria: The final phase of occupation circa 6000 BC / Karin Bartl
3. Containers of change: Social and material innovation in Late Neolithic upper Mesopotamia / Olivier P. Nieuwenhuyse
4. Mersin-Yumuktepe in the seventh millennium BC: The social dimension of technological changes / Isabella Caneva
5. Changing with the years: Khirokitia (Cyprus) at the turn of the seventh to the sixth millennium B.C. / Odile Daune-Le Brun, Fouad Hourani and Alain Le Brun

Anatolia:
6. A conspectus on the status of Tepecik-Çiftlik Excavation (Cappadocia) – intersite and regional outcomes and prospects / Erhan Bicakci
7. The downturn in Tepecik-Çiftlik's ceramic production continuity: An insight towards the rapid emergence of supra-regional homogeneity in ceramic style / Martin Godon and Ozan Özbudak
8. Çatalhöyük East and Kösk Höyük: a grand connection? / Bleda S. Düring
9. Abandoning Çatalhöyük. Re-shuffling, re-location and migration as the means of mitigating social unease in the late Neolithic / Lech Czerniak, Arkadiusz Marciniak
10. Çatalhöyük West and the late Neolithic to early chalcolithic transition in Central Anatolia / Jacob Brady, Jana Anvari, Ingmar Franz, Goce Naumov, David Orton, Sonia Ostaptchouk, Elizabeth Stroud, Patrick T. Willett, Eva Rosenstock, and Peter F. Biehl
11. The potter's riddle at Çatalhöyük – An attempt to connect the late Neolithic and the early chalcolithic pottery assemblages from Çatalhöyük/Turkey / Ingmar Franz and Joanna Pyzel
12. Pots for a New Millennium: Ceramics and Culture Change in Anatolia around 6000 cal, B.C. / Jonathan Last

Aegean and Marmara:
13. Aegean Turkey from the mid seventh to early sixth millennium cal B.C.: A tale of change within continuity / Çiler Çilingiroglu
14. The beginning and the development of farming-based village life in Northwestern Anatolia / Necmi Karul
15. Regional provinces and supra-regional networks in the Aegean before and around 6000 cal B.C. / Agathe Reingruber
16. The turn of the 7th to 6th millennium in Greece: A quiet transition / Catherine Perlès

Southeast Europe:
17. Continuity and discontinuity in Eastern thrace during the Neolithic period / Eylem Özdogan
18. Changes through time in the early Neolithic settlement of Kovacevo, Southwest Bulgaria / Marion Lichardus-Itten
19. A hybrid cultural World: The turn of the 7th to the 6th millennium BC in the central Balkans / Dušan Boric and Emanuela Cristiani

Modelling the Change:
20. The Neolithisation of Europe from Anatolia: Why did they leave? / Jean-Paul Demoule
21. Modes and models of Neolithisation in Europe: Comments to an ongoing debate / Wolfram Schier

Commentaries:
22. Ian Hodder
23. Mehmet Özdogan

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Biography

Peter F. Biehl is a Professor of Anthropology and Vice Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies at the University of California Santa Cruz. Eva Rosenstock is a Scientific Coordinator and Lecturer at the Bonn Center for ArchaeoSciences, University of Bonn.


Contributors:
- Peter F. Biehl
- Eva Rosenstock
- Karin Bartl
- Olivier P. Nieuwenhuyse
- Isabella Caneva
- Alain Le Brun
- Odile Daune-Le Brun
- Fouad Hourani
- Erhan Bicakci
- Martin Godon
- Ozan Özbudak
- Bleda S. Du¨ring
- Lech Czerniak
- Arkadiusz Marciniak
- Jacob Brady
- Jana Anvari
- Ingmar Franz
- Goce Naumov
- David Orton
- Sonia Ostaptchouk
- Elizabeth Stroud
- Patrick T. Willett
- Joanna Pyzel
- Jonathan Last
- Çiler Çilingiroglu
- Necmi Karul
- Agathe Reingruber
- Catherine Perlès
- Eylem Özdogan
- Marion Lichardus-Itten
- Dušan Boric
- manuela Cristiani
- Jean-Paul Demoule
- Wolfram Schier
- Ian Hodder
- Mehmet Özdogan

By: Peter F Biehl(Editor), Eva Rosenstock(Editor)
436 pages
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