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Natufian encampment at Beidha

late Pleistocene adaptation in the southern Levant

by Brian F. Byrd

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Published by Jysk arkæologisk selskab, Distributed by Aarhus University Press in Højbjerg, Århus .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Beidha Site (Jordan),
  • Jordan.
    • Subjects:
    • Natufian culture -- Jordan.,
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Jordan.,
    • Beidha Site (Jordan)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Brian F. Byrd ; foreword by Diana Kirkbride ; with contributions by John Field ... [et al.].
      SeriesExcavations at Beidha ;, 1, Jutland Archaeological Society publications,, 23:1, 1989, Jutland Archaeological Society publications ;, 23:1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN774.3.N38 B97 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination125 p. :
      Number of Pages125
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1967890M
      ISBN 108772880546
      LC Control Number90203128

        Baird, D. Early Holocene settlement in central Anatolia: problems and prospects as seen from the Konya Plain. In The Neolithic of central Anatolia: internal developments and external relations during the 9th-6th millennia cal dings of the International CANeW Round Table, Istanbul, 23–24 November , eds. F. Gérard and L. Cited by: 7. Brian F. Byrd has written: 'The Natufian encampment at Beidha' -- subject(s): Excavations (Archaeology), Natufian culture Asked in Authors, Poets, and .

      A book of the names and address of people living in a city. What is a natufian complex? Wiki User 'The Natufian encampment at Beidha' -- subject(s): Excavations (Archaeology), Natufian. Beidha and the Natufian: Variability in Levantine Settlement and Subsistence. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Arizona, University Microfilms, Michigan. The Natufian Encampment at Beidha: Late Pleistocene Adaptation in the Southern Levant. Vol. 1, Excavations at Beidha. Jutland Archaeological Society Publications XXIII

      The Natufian Encampment at Beidha: Late Pleistocene Adaptation in the Southern Levant. Jutland Archaeological Society Publications Volume Aarhus. Byrd, B. F. Early Village Life at Beidha, Jordan: Neolithic Spatial Organization and Vernacular Architecture. The Excavations of Mrs. Diana Kirkbride-Helbæk. Oxford University Press. Field. Natufian Beidha is characterized as a seasonal encampment, repeatedly occupied over a long period of time. Evidence from lithics recovered along with the layout and position of hearths and roasting areas suggested the occupants were primarily engaged in hunting related activities. This was supported by the absence of permanent buildings.


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[Brian F Byrd]. Diana Kirkbride’s 5-year report () and Brian Byrd’s book on the excavations at Beidha both lack object lists and object levels. In his book on the “Natufian Encampment” Byrd has a lot of nice drawings of flint and debitage that are disconnected from the excavation because of a lack of 3-dimensional recording.

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This large volume presents virtually all aspects of the Epipalaeolithic Natufian culture in a series of chapters that cover recent results of field work, analyses of materials 5/5(3). Description. 39 papers from the Natufian conference with contributions on every aspect of Natufian archaeology including: sites at Hayonim cave, Wadi Hammeh, Salibiya, Tell Mureybet, Beidha, Central Beqaa Valley, the Black Desert, the Araq Basin; gazelle hunting, plant remains, dietary change, bone implements, wild cereals, marine shells; lithics, microwear analysis; art.

This is a repository copy of Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction at Beidha, Southern Jordan (ca. 18, BP): Implications for human occupation during the Natufian.

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Natufian groups, and greater morphological robusticity (which Ferembach [I] has attributed to dietary dif- ferences). B. Byrd described the scanty Natufian remains ex- cavated under the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B village of Beidha, dated to i2, B.P.

(Byrd i). He stressed that, contrary to earlier reports, there is no evidence for the.This large volume presents virtually all aspects of the Epipalaeolithic Natufian culture in a series of chapters that cover recent results of field work, analyses of materials and sites, and synthetic or interpretive overviews of various aspects of this important prehistoric culture".essential reading and an important reference for archaeologists interested in the5/5(3).

The approach is a spatial analysis of in situ hearths, pits, bins, benches, platforms, activity areas, caches, and ground stone artefacts. Mortars, pestles, and bowls first appear in significant numbers in base camps of semi-sedentary Natufian by: