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9-10-2015, 02:23

Further Reading

Braidwood R (1960) The agricultural revolution. Scientific American 203: 130-148.

Braidwood L, Braidwood R, Howe H, Reed C, and Watson P (eds.) (1983) Prehistoric Archeology Along the Zagros Flanks.

Vol. 105. Chicago: University of Chicago, Oriental Institute Publication.

Butzer K (1975) The ‘ecological’ approach to prehistory: Are we really trying? American Antiquity 40: 106-111.

Butzer K (1982) Archaeology as Human Ecology: Method and Theory for a Contextual Approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

(Jambel H and Braidwood R (eds.) (1980) Prehistoric Research in Southeastern Anatolia (Pub. No. 2589). Istanbul: Istanbul University Faculty of Letters.

Clarke G (1972) Prehistoric Europe: The Economic Basis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Flannery K (1986) Guild Naquitz: Archaic Foraging and Early Agriculture in Oaxaca, Mexico. New York: Academic Press.

Marquardt W (ed.) (1999) The Archaeology of Useppa Island (Monograph No. 3). Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies.

Marquardt W and Watson P (eds.) (2005) Archaeology of the Middle Green River Region (Monograph No. 5). Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, Institute of Archaeology and Paleoen-vironmental Studies.

McDonald W and Rapp G (eds.) (1972) The Minnesota Messinia Expedition. Minneapolis, MN: The University of Minnesota Press.

Moore A, Hillman G, and Legge A (eds.) (2000) Village on the Euphrates: From Foraging to Farming at Abu Hureyra. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Pumpelly R (ed.) (1908) Prehistoric civilizations of Anau: Origins, growth, and influence of environment. Explorations in Turkestan, Expedition of 1904 (2 vols.). Washington, DC: Carnegie Institution of Washington.

Watson P (1997) The shaping of modern paleoethnobotany. In: Gremillion K (ed.) People, Plants, and Landscapes: Studies in Paleoethnobotany, pp. 13-22. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press.

Interments See: Burials: Dietary Sampling Methods; Excavation and Recording Techniques.



 

 

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