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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The Zagros Epipalaeolithic Although archaeological research here also began more than 70 years ago, the Epipalaeolithic in eastern&nbsp;West Asia is poorly known due to historical events&nbsp;that have precluded extended periods of research.&nbsp;The main archaeological culture is the Zarzian,&nbsp;while the M’lefaatian is likely proto-Neolithic or&nbsp;Early Neolithic.\n \nZarzian Complex\n \nHunter-gatherer groups manufacturing backed micro-liths in the Zagros region are classified as Zarzian (Figure 7). As in the Levant, the Zarzian Complex has&nbsp;a temporal trend from nongeometric to geometric&nbsp;microliths (mainly scalene triangles). It also parallels&nbsp;the western Levant in that microburin technique&nbsp;appears when geometric microliths are manufactured.&nbsp;Due to the paucity of radiocarbon dates (see Carbon-14&nbsp;Dating), currently it is not possible to delineate precisely&nbsp;when this change occured (see Table 1).\n \nMost test excavated sites are rockshelters or caves ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The Zagros Epipalaeolithic Although archaeological research here also began more than 70 years ago, the Epipalaeolithic in eastern&nbsp;West Asia is poorly known due to historical events&nbsp;that have precluded extended periods of research.&nbsp;The main archaeological culture is the Zarzian,&nbsp;while the M’lefaatian is likely proto-Neolithic or&nbsp;Early Neolithic.\n \nZarzian Complex\n \nHunter-gatherer groups manufacturing backed micro-liths in the Zagros region are classified as Zarzian (Figure 7). As in the Levant, the Zarzian Complex has&nbsp;a temporal trend from nongeometric to geometric&nbsp;microliths (mainly scalene triangles). It also parallels&nbsp;the western Levant in that microburin technique&nbsp;appears when geometric microliths are manufactured.&nbsp;Due to the paucity of radiocarbon dates (see Carbon-14&nbsp;Dating), currently it is not possible to delineate precisely&nbsp;when this change occured (see Table 1).\n \nMost test excavated sites are rockshelters or caves ') AND id != 88740 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-09 02:50:41' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5