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Laboratoire Archéorient

Environnements et sociétés de l'Orient ancien

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Arbuckle B.S., Kansa S.W., Kansa E., Orton D., Çakırlar C., Gourichon L., Atici L., Galik A., Marciniak A., Mulville J., Buitenhuis H., Carruthers D., De Cupere B., Demirergi A., Frame S., Helmer D., Martin L., Peters J., Pöllath N., Pawłowska K., Russell N., Twiss K., Würtenberger D. (2014) – Data Sharing Reveals Complexity in the Westward Spread of Domestic Animals across Neolithic Turkey. PLoS ONE 9, e99845. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0099845

Greenberg R., Palumbi G. 2014. Corridors and Colonies: Comparing Fourth–Third Millennia BC Interactions in Southeast Anatolia and the Levant, in : B. Knapp and P. van Dommelen (eds), The Cambridge Prehistory of the Bronze and Iron Age Mediterranean, Cambridge University Press, 111-138

Chataigner C. , Palumbi G. (éd.). 2014, The Kura-Araxes culture from the Caucasus to Iran, Anatolia and the Levant: Between unity and diversity . Paléorient 40/2.

Salomon F., Goiran J.-Ph., Purdue L., Berger J.-F. (Edts), 2014, "Roman canals studies", special issue in Water History, Springer, Vol 6, Issue 1, 113 p.

Cremaschi M., Zerboni A., Charpentier V., Crassard R., Isola I., Regattieri E., Zanchetta G. 2015. Early-Middle Holocene environmental changes and pre-Neolithic human occupations as recorded in the cavities of Jebel Qara (Dhofar, southern Sultanate of Oman). Quaternary International  

Thy P., Willcox G., Barfod G.H., Fuller D.Q. 2015 Anthropogenic Origin of Siliceous Scoria Droplets from Pleistocene and Holocene Archaeological Sites in Northern Syria. Journal of Archaeological Science
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2014.11.027

Saad H., Benech C. 2014. Nouvelles données sur le plan antique de Damas, in Lorans E., Rodier X. (éd.) Archéologie de l’espace urbain, Presses universitaires François-Rabelais, Tours, 109-120.
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Lombard P., Boksmati-Fattouh N., 2014, Ancient Bahrain. The Power of Trade. Highlights from the National Museum of Bahrain (2nd millennium BC – 3rd century AD). Ministère de la Culture du Royaume de Bahreïn, Manama. 201 pages.

Abrahami P. 2014, "Wool in the Nuzi Texts", in C. Breniquet & C. Michel (eds), Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean, Ancient Textile Series vol. 17, Oxbow Books, Oxford, p. 283-309.

Matoïan V., Vita J.P. 2014, "Wool Production and Economy at Ugarit" (with a contribution by E. Bordreuil, in C. Breniquet & C. Michel (eds), Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean, Ancient Textile Series vol. 17, Oxbow Books, Oxford, p. 310-339.

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