Pre History - the archaeology of the ancient Near East podcast

Episode 20: Mine! Advances in the Seventh Millennium BCE

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Now that we have seen how societies changed over the seventh millennium BCE in Anatolia, the Levant and Mesopotamia it is time to have a look at a couple of important and common developments that we see in these regions during this later part of the Neolithic. While groups of people across these regions seem to drift apart during the seventh millennium, there are a couple of things that archaeological cultures across these parts of the Near East - and others - seem to have in common, developing across all of them during this critical but often neglected thousand years just after the end of the Pre-Pottery Neolithic.

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