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Into the Darkness: Deep Caves in the Ancient Near East

Ancient Religion. Volume II. Cambridge: University Press. Eliade, M. (1951). Shamanism. Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy . New York, Follingen Foundation. Ellis, R. (1968). Foundation Deposits in Ancient Mesopotamia. New Haven: Yale University Press. Garfinkel, Y. (2003). Dancing at the Dawn of Agriculture. Austin: University of Texas Press. Garfinkel, Y. and Ben-Shlomo, D. (2009). Sha’ar Hagolan 2. The Rise of Urban Concepts in the Ancient Near East. Qedem Reports 9. Jerusalem: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Israel Exploration

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Palaeopathology and its relevance to understanding health and disease today: the impact of the environment on health, past and present

N editors. 2006. Bioarchaeology of Southeast Asia. Cambridge: University Press. Park K. 1993. Black death. In: K Kiple, editor. The Cambridge world history of human disease. Cambridge: University Press. 612-15. Perry MA. 2012. Bioarchaeology and Behavior: The People of the Ancient Near East (Bioarchaeological Interpretations of the Human Past: Local, Regional, and Global). Gainesville, Florida: University Press of Florida. Pinhasi R, Stock JT editors. 2011. Human Bioarchaeology of the transition to agriculture

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The Agricultural Landscape of Tel Burna: Ecology and Economy of a Bronze Age/Iron Age Settlement in the Southern Levant

Southern Levant: synthesis, challenges, recent developments and perspectives. Philosophical Transactions of Royal Society A 368 , 5225-5248. Riehl, S. (2008). Climate and Agriculture in the Ancient Near East: a Synthesis of the Archaeobotanical and stable carbon Isotope evidence. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 17, Supplement 1 , S43-S51. Riehl, S. (2009). Archaeobotanical evidence for the interrelationship of agricultural decision-making and climate change in the ancient Near East. Quaternary International 197 , 93-114. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10

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