L'Aswadien, un nouveau faciès du néolithique syrien

  • De Contenson H
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nullL'Aswadien, tel qu'il apparaît à Aswad I A (7900-7600 av. J.C.), est une culture PPNA d'agriculteurs et de chasseurs sédentaires, qui se développe dans le bassin de Damas. Elle est contemporaine du Sultanien et de Mureybet III, mais annonciatrice du PPNB Ancien.

The Aswadian, as figured at Aswad I A (7900-7600 B.C.), is a PPNA culture of settled farmers and hunters, that occurs in the Damascus basin. It is contemporaneous with the Sultanian and Mureybet III, but appears as a forerunner to Early PPNB.

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