Neolithic Spread

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Central Anatolia
yes agriculture, no pottery, domestication, tell sites, large communities, no sign of hierarchies, human and animal figurines, 7000BC = rich animal symbolism
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Southern Balkans
yes crops, yes livestock, long lived tell sites, yes pot, yes figurines, houses (appear all @ once = classic migration), wild disappears - cultural shunning? people having rigid concepts of wild and dom?
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Northern Balkans
1st temporate neolithic, yes crops/livestock/pottery/figurines, all arrive together (migrationist), no more tells, few houses, sites are mainly pits, more hunting than S, smaller more mobile communities, slash and burn farmin'
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Danube Gorges
special case :S, long standing meso forager trad, arguably direct evidence of incorporation of neo practices by indigenous pop
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Northern Balkans (Later)
gradual increase in site size, rectangular houses common, pottery changes (diverse), cattle but still hunting on many sites, invention of metallurgy (5000bc), suggests a lot of smaller groups & large scale herding
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Adriatic
Impressa pottery style (finger thing), E. Adriatic = rapid spread of ideas and whole package, complete switch to domesticates (sheep & goats), little variable in substance, lithic/bone continuity
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Italy
N Italy = continued use of wild resources, slower uptake of farming in richer environments, C/S Italy = more reliance on farming & evidence of enclosed diddy farmsteads
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W. Med
cardial pottery from impressa, rapid spread around coast, reaches atlantic by 5300bc, appearance of megalithic (big stone) trad spreads N
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Central Europe
emergence of linearbandkeramik (LBK), develops on hungarian plain (5600bc) & spreads to CE by (5500bc) & E/W expanse (5200bc), long houses small settlements, LBK for dairying, detected lipid residues in perforated indicate cattle econ, lactose persis
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N Europe
late meso Ertebo(fancy)lle Culture (EBK), forager fisher w/ distinct pottery trad, known from huge shell middens, neighbors to LBK, long lag in adoption of ag, frontier zone, exchange and interactions across N/S frontier
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New Phenomenon!
early neo funnel beaker culture (TRB),1st baltic farming, developed from mix of ertebolle and S farming, contemporaneous w/ copper age societies in S
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yes crops, yes livestock, long lived tell sites, yes pot, yes figurines, houses (appear all @ once = classic migration), wild disappears - cultural shunning? people having rigid concepts of wild and dom?

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Southern Balkans

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1st temporate neolithic, yes crops/livestock/pottery/figurines, all arrive together (migrationist), no more tells, few houses, sites are mainly pits, more hunting than S, smaller more mobile communities, slash and burn farmin'

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gradual increase in site size, rectangular houses common, pottery changes (diverse), cattle but still hunting on many sites, invention of metallurgy (5000bc), suggests a lot of smaller groups & large scale herding

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