Lithic Assemblages from the Prehistoric Settlement at Barcin Höyük, Northwestern Anatolia. New Results
Ivan Gatsov, Marvin Kay & Petranka Nedelcheva Eurasian Prehistory 9 (1-2) (2012): 129-137
This paper deals with the main technological and typological characteristics of the Neolithic chipped stone assemblages from the South Marmara and Aegean regions of North western Anatolia. Those assemblages are assigned to the 7–6 millennia BC. On the whole the research reveals underlining uniformity concerning lithic industry and the system of procurement, which implies that there is some evidence for com mon lithic traditions as well as the existence of similar environmental conditions.