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excavation of Tell Abu Hureyra in Syria: a preliminary report

A. M. T. Moore

excavation of Tell Abu Hureyra in Syria: a preliminary report

by A. M. T. Moore

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Published by Prehistoric Society in [London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Syria -- Abu Hureyra, Tell

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby A.M.T. Moore ; with contributions by G.C. Hillman and A.J. Legge.
    SeriesProceedings (Prehistoric Society (London, England)) -- v. 41
    ContributionsLegge, A. J., Hillman, Gordon C.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 50-77, [2] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14783033M

      “Before the Taqba Dam impounded the Euphrates River in northern Syria in the s, an archaeological site named Abu Hureyra bore witness to the moment ancient nomadic people first settled down and started cultivating crops. Abu Hureyra, it turns out, has another story to tell. The Excavation of Tell Abu Hureya in Syria: A Preliminary Report. Proceedings of the Prehistory Soci 70– Hillman, G.C., Colledge, S.M. and Harris, D.M. () Plant-food economy during the epipaleolithic period at Tell Abu Hureya, Syria: dietary diversity, seasonality, and modes of exploitation.

    Abu Gurah is the best preserved of the two surviving examples (Userkaf at Abusir is the other.). Reliefs from the temple were sent to museums in Germany but a number of them were destroyed during World War II. Abu Hureyra, Tell CATEGORY: site DEFINITION: A small tell on the Euphrates River, km east of Aleppo in Syria. The German Archaeological Institute, where the Göbekli Tepe Project is situated (excavations and research conducted by the Orient and Istanbul Departments in close cooperation with the Şanlıurfa Haleplibahçe Museum, funded by the German Research Foundation), is celebrating its th birthday.. Founded on April 21 in by a group of international antiquaries and archaeologists as.

    Abu Hureyra, Tell CATEGORY: site DEFINITION: A small tell on the Euphrates River, km east of Aleppo in Syria. The site was excavated in prior to flooding by the Tabqua/Tabqa Dam. Two major phases of occupation were found: Mesolithic or Epi-Palaeolithic (early 9th millennium BC) to a Pre-Pottery Neolithic B Culture in the 6th millennium. UCL Discovery is UCL's open access repository, showcasing and providing access to UCL research outputs from all UCL disciplines.


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Download Citation | The Excavation of Tell Abu Hureyra in Syria: A preliminary report. | Le Tell Abu Hureyra, situe pres de l'Euphrate, fut occupe au Mesolithique et au Neolithique.

Description. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The excavation of Tell Abu Hureyra in Syria: a preliminary report by A. Moore; 1 edition; Subjects: Excavations (Archaeology); Places: Syria, Tell Abu Hureyra.

The first major preliminary report on the Abu Hureyra excavations pro vided a summary of the two seasons of excavations and placed the site in its wider archaeological context (Moore ).

This book is an account of the excavation of Abu Hureyra and of the results of our research on its remains. Our main interest throughout has been the sequence of cultural development of the two settlements at Abu Hureyra, and what the site has to tell us about the transition from foraging to farming.

Syria//Abu Hureyra//10M//9M Hillman, Gordon C., Susan M. Colledge and David R. Harris Plant food economy during the Epipaleolithic period at Tell Abu Hureyra, Syria: Dietary diversity, seasonality and modes of exploitation.

In Foraging and Farming, The Evolution of Plant Exploitation, eds. D.R. Harris and G.C. Hillman, pp. London.

Hillman, G. () Appendix A. The plant remains from Tell Abu Hureyra: a preliminary report [In A. Moore, The excavation of Tell Abu Hureyra in Syria: a preliminary report, ]. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Soci Gordon Hillman & George Willcox, Turkey, (courtesy G.

Willcox). [2] [4] A preliminary report was published in and a final report in [2] Location and description. Abu Hureyra is a tell, or ancient settlement mound, in modern-day Raqqa Governorate in northern Syria. It is on a plateau near the south bank of the Euphrates, kilometres (75 mi) east of Aleppo.

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