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This quantity honors the profession and contributions of Andrew M.T. Moore. Moore’s groundbreaking paintings at Abu Hureyra, Syria and excavations at Neolithic websites in Croatia have made him a pioneer in built-in interdisciplinary learn in archaeology, expressing a deeply held conviction that advancements in human tradition can in simple terms be understood while embedded in an ecological procedure. during this e-book, colleagues and previous scholars of Moore, operating within the close to East and Croatia, current present study, illustrating the continued impression of Moore’s paintings at the early farming and herding peoples of the jap Mediterranean. Contents Preface: humans, panorama, and alter in Prehistory Michael Chazan and Katina Lillios Andrew M.T. Moore: A existence in provider of Archaeology and the Academy Katina Lillios Abu Hureyra 1 in Northwest Syria: “Periphery” not more Brian Boyd past due higher Paleolithic and preliminary Epipaleolithic within the Marshlands: A View from Tor Sageer, Wadi al-Hasa, Jordan Deborah Olszewski A highway good Travelled? Exploring Terminal Pleistocene Hunter-Gatherer actions, Networks, and Mobility in japanese Jordan Lisa Maher chance administration and glossy Rural Behaviour: Reconstructing Landscapes and Landuse in Neolithic Cyprus Sarah Tyrell Stewart The Neolithic in Dalmatia and Andrew M.T. Moore’s Contribution to its research Marko Mendušic Villages, Landscapes, and Early Farming in Northern Dalmatia Sarah McClure and Emil Podrug Navigating the Neolithic Adriatic Timothy Kaiser and Stašo Forenbaher Taking a Lévy stroll: Early Hominin Mobility within the decrease Paleolithic of the Southern Levant Liora Horwitz and Michael Chazan the standard Neolithic humans of Abu Hureyra Theya Molleson

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160) indicates the extent and boundaries of the newly-extended “homeland”. The results of more recent fieldwork in Jordan can now be added to this picture, for example see Richter et al. 2012, 2014; Richter forthcoming). Noting these developments, Olszewski has argued that continued adherence to notions of “core area” or “homeland” in the early Natufian masks the intricacies of landscape inhabitation within the variety of ecological zones that make up the Mediterranean forest zone and immediately adjacent areas (2004, 191).

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