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date: 20 August 2019

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This chapter presents evidence of the earliest farming economies and sedentary villages such as Ganj Dareh, Tepe Guran, Tepe Abdul Hosein, and Ali Kosh. The principal domesticates (cultivars and animals) are discussed, along with burial practices, architecture, lithics, and ceramics. Relationships with neighboring regions in the Near East and Central Asia are highlighted, as is the phenomenon of Neolithization on the Iranian plateau.

Keywords: Neolithization, domesticates, Ganj Dareh, Tepe Guran, Tepe Abdul Hosein, Ali Kosh, ceramics, lithics

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