Preliminary Analysis of the Lithic Assemblages of Nahal Yarmuth 38

Dana Ackerfeld, Anna Eirikh-Rose, Hai Ashkenazi, Katia Zutovski, Avi Gopher

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Abstract

Nahal Yarmuth 38 is a small Neolithic (MPPNB and PN) site in central Israel. The
preliminary results of the PPNB flint assemblage studied to date and presented in this report, suggest that it is comprised of two major components: a classic bidirectional blade (“Hollywood”) industry with an extraordinarily high percentage of tools but seemingly with no matching cores yet with a number of possibly matching CTEs; and a “non-Hollywood” industry represented by a full chaîne opératoire.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTracking the Neolithic in the Near East. Lithic Perspectives on Its Origins, Development and Dispersals.
Subtitle of host publicationThe Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on the PPN Chipped and Ground Stone Industries of the Near East, Tokyo, 12th–16th November 2019
EditorsYoshihiro Nishiaki, Osamu Maeda, Makoto Arimura
Place of PublicationLeiden
PublisherSidestone Press
Pages192-205
ISBN (Electronic)9789464260823
ISBN (Print)9789464260809, 9789464260816
StatePublished - 2022

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