Skip to main content Accessibility help
×
Home
Hostname: page-component-5c569c448b-6g96d Total loading time: 0.959 Render date: 2022-07-04T13:48:21.646Z Has data issue: true Feature Flags: { "shouldUseShareProductTool": true, "shouldUseHypothesis": true, "isUnsiloEnabled": true, "useRatesEcommerce": false, "useNewApi": true } hasContentIssue true

Part III - Aegean and Marmara

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  30 April 2022

Peter F. Biehl
Affiliation:
University of California, Santa Cruz
Eva Rosenstock
Affiliation:
Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Get access

Summary

Image of the first page of this content. For PDF version, please use the ‘Save PDF’ preceeding this image.'
Type
Chapter
Information
6000 BC
Transformation and Change in the Near East and Europe
, pp. 211 - 278
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2022

Access options

Get access to the full version of this content by using one of the access options below. (Log in options will check for institutional or personal access. Content may require purchase if you do not have access.)

References

Abay, Eşref 2003 The Neolithic Figurines from Ulucak Höyük: Reconsideration of the Figurine Issue by Contextual Evidence. Neo-Lithics 2/2003:1622.Google Scholar
Akkermans, Peter M. M. G., and Duistermaat, Kim 1996 Of Storage and Nomads: The Clay Sealings from Late Neolithic Sabi Abyad, Syria. Paléorient 22/2:1744.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bergner, Max, Horejs, Barbara and Pernicka, Ernst 2009 Zur Herkunft der Obsidianartefakte vom Çukuriçi Höyük. Studia Troica 18:249272.Google Scholar
Çakırlar, Canan 2009 Mollusk Shells in Troia, Yenibademli and Ulucak: An Archaeomalacological Approach to Environment and Economy in the Aegean. BAR International Series 2051. John and Erica Hedges Publications, Oxford.Google Scholar
Çakırlar, Canan 2012a Evolution of Animal Husbandry in Neolithic Central-West Anatolia, the Archaeozoological Record from Ulucak Höyük (ca. 7040–5660 cal. BC, İzmir, Turkey). Anatolian Studies 62/1:133.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Çakırlar, Canan 2012b. Neolithic Dairy Technology at the European-Anatolian Frontier: Implications of Archaeozoological Evidence from Ulucak Höyük, İzmir, Turkey, ca. 7000–5700 cal. BC. Anthropozoologica 47/2:79100.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Çevik, Ö. 2015 Ulucak Höyük Neolitik toplumunda antroposantrik iletişim ağı. In İletişim Ağları ve Sosyal Organizasyon, edited by Baysal, Adnan, pp. 111130. Ege Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Çilingiroğlu, Altan, Derin, Zafer, Abay, Eşref, Sağlamtimur, Haluk and Kayan, Ilhan 2004 Ulucak Höyük: Excavations Conducted Between 1995 and 2002. Peeters, Leuwen.Google Scholar
Çilingiroğlu, Altan, Çevik, Özlem and Çilingiroğlu, Çiler 2012 Towards understanding early farming communities of Middle West Anatolia: Contribution of Ulucak. In Neolithic in Turkey: New Excavations and New Research, edited by Özdoğan, M. and Başgelen, N., pp. 139-175. Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Çilingiroğlu, Çiler 2009 Of Stamps, Loom Weights and Spindle Whorls: Contextual Evidence on the Function(s) of Stamps from Ulucak, Izmir, Turkey. Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 22/1:327.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Çilingiroğlu, Çiler 2011 The Current State of Neolithic Research at Ulucak, Izmir. In Beginnings: New Research in the Appearance of the Neolithic between Northwest Anatolia and the Carpathian Basin, Papers of the International Workshop, 8th–9th April 2009, Istanbul, edited by Krauß, Raiko, pp. 6716. Marie Leidorf, Rahden.Google Scholar
Çilingiroglu, Çiler 2012 The Neolithic Pottery of Ulucak in Aegean Turkey. Organization of Production, Interregional Comparisons and Relative Chronology. BAR International Series 2426. Archeopress, Oxford.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Çilingiroğlu, Çiler and Dinçer, Berkay 2018 Contextualizing Karaburun: A New Area for Neolithic Research in Anatolia. Documenta Praehistorica 45:3037.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Çilingiroğlu, Çiler and Ünlüsoy, Sinan 2017 Negotiating Peace, Enduring Conflict: A Diachronic View on Prehistoric Warfare in the Eastern Aegean. In Questions, Approaches, and Dialogues in Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology Studies in Honor of Marie-Henriette and Charles Gates, edited by Kozal, Ekin, Akar, Murat, Heffron, Yağmur, et al., pp. 97124. Ugarit Verlag, Münster.Google Scholar
Costin, L. Cathy 1991 Craft Specialization: Issues in Defining, Documenting, and Explaining the Organization of Production. In Archaeological Method and Theory III, edited by Schiffer, Michael, pp. 156. University of Arizona, Tucson.Google Scholar
Derin, Zafer 2007 Yeşilova Höyüğü. In Türkiye’de Neolitik Dönem: Anadolu’da uygarlığın doğuşu ve Avrupa’ya yayılımı. yeni kazılar, yeni bulgular, edited by Özdoğan, Mehmet and Başgelen, Nezih, pp. 377384. Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Derin, Zafer, Ay, Filiz and Caymaz, Tayfun 2009 İzmir’in prehistorik yerleşimi: Yeşilova 2005–2006 yılı çalışmaları. Arkeoloji Dergisi 13:152.Google Scholar
Duru, Refik, and Umurtak, Gülsün (eds.) 2005 Höyücek: 1989–1992 yılları arasında yapılan kazıların sonuçları/ Results of the Excavations 1989–1992. Türk Tarih Kurumu Basımevi, Ankara.Google Scholar
Earle, Timothy 2000 Archaeology, Property and Prehistory. Annual Review of Anthropology 29:3960.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Erdoğu, Burçin 2011 A Preliminary Report from the 2009 and 2010 Field Seasons at Uğurlu on the Island of Gökçeada. Anatolica 37:4565.Google Scholar
Eslick, Christine 1992 Elmalı-Karataş I: The Neolithic and Chalcolithic Periods, Bağbaşı and Other Sites. Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr.Google Scholar
Evans, D. John 1964 Excavations in the Neolithic Settlement of Knossos 1957–1960, Part I. Annual of the British School at Athens 59:132240.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Evershed, Richard P., Payne, Sebastian, Sherratt, Andrew G., et al. 2008 Earliest Date for Milk Use in the Near East and Southeastern Europe linked to Cattle Herding. Nature 55:528531.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Frangipane, Marcella 2007 Different Types of Egalitarian Societies and the Development of Inequality in Early Mesopotamia. World Archaeology 39/2:151176.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Herling, Lothar, Kasper, Kirstin, Lichter, Clemens and Meriç, Recep 2008 Im Westen nichts Neues? Ergebnisse der Grabungen 2003 und 2004 in Dedecik-Heybelitepe. Istanbuler Mitteilungen 58:1365.Google Scholar
Hodder, Ian 2006 The Leopard’s Tale: Revealing the Mysteries of Çatalhöyük. Thames and Hudson, London.Google Scholar
Horejs, Barbara 2012 Çukuriçi Höyük. A Neolithic and Bronze Age Settlement in the Region of Ephesos. In The Neolithic in Turkey: New Excavations and New Research, Volume 4, edited by Özdoğan, M., Başgelen, N. and Kuniholm, P. I., pp. 117131. Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Horejs, Barbara, Milic, Bogdana, Felix, Ostmann, et al. 2015 The Aegean in the Early 7th Millennium BC: Maritime Networks and Colonization. Journal of World Prehistory 28: 289330.CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
Kayan, Ilhan 1996 Holocene Coastal Development and Archaeology in Turkey. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, Supplement 102:3759.Google Scholar
Krzyszkowska, Olga 2005 Aegean Seals: An Introduction. Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, London.Google Scholar
Lichter, Clemens 2011 Neolithic Stamps and the Neolithization Process: A Fresh Look at an Old Issue. In Beginnings: New Research in the Appearance of the Neolithic between Northwest Anatolia and the Carpathian Basin, Papers of the International Workshop, 8th–9th April 2009, Istanbul, edited by Krauß, Raiko, pp. 3544. Marie Leidorf, Rahden.Google Scholar
Megaloudi, Fragkiska 2005 Archeobotanical Finds from Ulucak, Western Turkey (Izmir Region): A Preliminary Study. Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 5/3:2732.Google Scholar
Mellaart, James 1970 Excavations at Hacılar. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.Google Scholar
Milić, M. 2014 PXRF Characterization of Obsidian from Central Anatolia, the Aegean and Central Europe. Journal of Archaeological Science 41:285296.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Milić, M. 2016 A Question of Scale? Connecting Communities through Obsidian Exchange in the Neolithic Aegean, Anatolia and Balkans. In Of Odysseys and Oddities: Scales and Modes of Interaction between Prehistoric Aegean Societies and Their Neighbours, edited by Molloy, Barry, pp. 97123. Sheffield Studies in Aegean Prehistory. Oxbow Books, Oxford.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Özbal, H., Thissen, L., Doğan, T., , F.. et al. 2013 Neolitik Batı Anadolu Yerleşimleri Çanak Çömleklerinde Organik Kalıntı Analizleri. 28. Arkeometri Sonuçları Toplantısı: 105–114.Google Scholar
Özdoğan, Mehmet 2001 The Neolithic Deity: Male or Female? In Lux Orientis: Archaeologie zwischen Asien und Europa, Festschrift für Harald Hauptmann, edited by Boehmer, Rainer M. and Maran, Joseph, pp. 313317. Marie Leidorf, Rahden.Google Scholar
Özdoğan, Mehmet 2007 Bazı genellemeler, öngörüler. In Türkiye’de Neolitik Dönem: Anadolu’da uygarlığın doğuşu ve Avrupa’ya yayılımı. yeni kazılar, yeni bulgular, edited by Özdoğan, Mehmet and Başgelen, Nezih, pp. 441458. Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Özdöl, Serap 2011 Ege bölgesi nehir havzalarında çanak çömlekli Neolitik dönemin başlangıcı üzerine kronoloji tartışmaları. Kubaba 17:1736.Google Scholar
Peebles, S. Christopher, and Kus, Susan M. 1977 Some Archaeological Correlates of Ranked Societies. American Antiquity 42/3:421448.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Perlès, Catherine 2001 The Early Neolithic in Greece: The First Farming Communities in Europe. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Perlès, Catherine, Takaoğlu, Turan and Gratuze, Bernard 2011 Melian Obsidian in NW Turkey: Evidence for Early Neolithic Trade. Journal of Field Archaeology 36/1:4249CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Renfrew, Colin, Cann, J. R. and Dixon, John E. 1965 Obsidian in the Aegean. The Annual of the British School at Athens 60:225247.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Sağlamtimur, Haluk 2007 Ege Gübre Neolitik Yerleşimi. In Türkiye’de Neolitik Dönem: Anadolu’da uygarlığın doğuşu ve Avrupa’ya yayılımı. yeni kazılar, yeni bulgular edited by Özdoğan, Mehmet and Başgelen, Nezih, pp. 373376. Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Sağlamtimur, Haluk 2012 The Neolithic Settlement of Ege Gübre in Western Anatolia. In The Neolithic in Turkey: New Excavations and New Research, Volume 4, edited by Özdoğan, M., Başgelen, N. and Kuniholm, P. I., pp. 165. Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Sampson, Adamantios 2005 New Evidence from the Early Productive Stages in the Aegean Basin from the 9th to the 7th Millennium cal BC. In How Did Farming Reach Europe? Anatolian-European Relations from the Second Half of the 7th through the First Half of the 6th Millenium BC, edited by Lichter, Clemens, pp. 131142. Ege Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Schoop, Ulf D. 2005 Das anatolische Chalkolithikum: Eine chronologische Untersuchung zur vorbronzezeitlichen Kultursequenz im nördlichen Zentralanatolien und den angrenzenden Gebieten. Albert Greiner, Remshalden.Google Scholar
Sherratt, Andrew 1997 Plough and Pastoralism: Aspects of the Secondary Products Revolution [1981]. In Economy and Society in Prehistoric Europe: Changing Perspectives, edited by Sherratt, Andre, pp. 158198. Princeton University Press, Princeton.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Trigger, Bruce 1990 Monumental Architecture: A Thermodynamic Explanation of Symbolic Behavior. World Archaeology 22/2:119132.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Umurtak, Gülsün 2000 Neolitik ve Erken Kalkolitik Çağlarda Burdur-Antalya bölgesi mühürcülüğü üzerine bazı gözlemler. Adalya 4:119.Google Scholar
Watkins, Trevor 2010 New Light on Neolithic Revolution in South-West Asia. Antiquity 84:621634.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Avcı, Mert B. 2010 Aktopraklık Verileri Işığında Güney Marmara’da Fikirtepe Çanak Çömleğinin Gelişim Süreci. Unpublished MA thesis, Prehistory Department, Istanbul University, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Bertram, J-K., and Karul, N. 2014 Anmerkungen zur Stratigraphie des Kumtepe. Die Ergebnisse der Grabungen in den Jahren 1994 und 1995. Studia Troica Monographien 5. Troia 1987–2012: Grabungen und Forschungen I, edited by Pernicka, Ernst, Rose, Charles Brian and Jablonka, Peter, pp. 10581084, Dr. Rudolf Habelt GmbH, Bonn.Google Scholar
Bittel, Kurt 1969/1970 Bemerkungen über die Prähistorische Ansiedlung auf dem Fikirtepe bei Kadıköy (Istanbul). Istanbuler Mitteilungen 19/20:119.Google Scholar
Coockson, B. A. 2008 The Houses from Ilıpınar X and VI compared. In The Ilıpınar Excavations III: Life and Death in a Prehistoric Settlement in Northwest Anatolia, edited by Roodenberg, Jacob J. and Roodenberg, Songül Alpaslan, pp. 149203. Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, Leiden.Google Scholar
Cullberg, Carl 1965 10 Tells aux environs de Bursa. Meddelanden Från Lunds Universitets historiska Museum 1964–1965:132180.Google Scholar
Demangel, Robert 1926 Le Tumulus dit de Protesilas. Boccard, Paris.Google Scholar
Efe, Turan 1995 İç Batı Anadolu’da İki Neolitik Yerleşme: Fındık Kayabaşı ve Akmakça. In İ. Metin Akyurt Bahattin Devam Anı Kitabı, edited by Başgelen, Nezih, pp. 105114. Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Efe, Turan 2001 The Salvage Excavations at Orman Fidanlığı: A Chalcolithic Site in Inland Northwestern Anatolia. TASK Vakfı Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
French, David 1967 Prehistoric Sites in Northwest Anatolia I: The İznik Area. Anatolian Studies 17:49100.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
French, David 1969 Prehistoric Sites in Northwest Anatolia II: The Balıkesir and Akhisar/Manisa Areas. Anatolian Studies 19:4198.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
French, David 1998 Canhasan I: Stratigraphy and Structures. British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara, London.Google Scholar
Gatsov, Ivan and Özdoğan, Mehmet 1994 Some Epi-Paleolithic Sites from NW Turkey: Ağaçlı, Dolmalı and Gümüşdere. Anatolica 20:97120.Google Scholar
Gérard, Frédéric 2001 Stratigraphy and Architecture on the Southwest Flank of Ilıpınar. In The Ilıpınar Excavations II, edited by Roodenberg, Jacob J. and Thissen, Laurens C., pp. 177221. Nederland Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, Leiden.Google Scholar
Gerritsen, Fokke and Özbal, Rana 2009 Barçın Höyük Excavations 2007. Kazı Sonuçları Toplantısı 30/3:457464.Google Scholar
Harmankaya, Savaş 1983 Pendik Kazısı 1981. 6. Kazı Sonuçları Toplantısı 1:2530.Google Scholar
Harmankaya, Savaş and Erdoğu, Burçin 2003 The Prehistoric Sites of Gökçeada, Turkey. In From Villages to Towns. Studies Presented to Ufuk Esin, edited by Özdoğan, Mehmet, Hauptmann, Harald and Başgelen, Nezih, pp. 459479. Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Kansu, Şevket A. 1963 Marmara Bölgesi ve Trakya’da Prehistorik İskan Tarihi Bakımından Araştırmalar (1959–1962). Belleten 27:657705.Google Scholar
Karul, Necmi 2007 Aktopraklık: Kuzeybatı Anadolu’da Gelişkin Bir Köy. In Türkiye’de Neolitik Dönem: Anadolu’da Uygarlığın Doğuşu ve Avrupa’ya Yayılımı. Yeni Kazılar, Yeni Bulgular, edited by Özdoğan, Mehmet and Başgelen, Nezih, pp. 387392. Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Karul, Necmi 2009 Kuzeybatı Anadolu’da Anahatlarıyla Neolitik: Kalkolitik Dönemler. Türk Eskiçağ Bilimleri Enstitüsü Haberler 29:17.Google Scholar
Karul, Necmi 2011 The Emergence of Neolithic Life in South and East Marmara Region. In Beginnings: New Research in the Appearance of the Neolithic between Northwest Anatolia and the Carpathian Basin, Papers of the International Workshop, 8th–9th April 2009, Istanbul, edited by Krauß, Raiko, pp. 5765. Marie Leidorf, Rahden.Google Scholar
Karul, Necmi and Avcı, Mert B. 2011 Neolithic Communities in the Eastern Marmara Region: Aktopraklık C. Anatolica 37:115.Google Scholar
Korfmann, Manfred 1983 Demircihüyük I: Architektur, Stratigraphie und Befunde. Philipp von Zabern, Mainz.Google Scholar
Korfmann, Manfred and Kromer, Bernd 1993 Demircihöyük, Beşik-Tepe, Troia: Eine Zwischenbilanz zur Chronologie dreier Orte in Westanatolien. Studia Troica 3:135171.Google Scholar
Korfmann, Manfred, Girgin, Çiğdem, Morçöl, Çiğdem and Kılıç, Sevinç 1995 Kumtepe 1993: Bericht über die Rettungsgrabung. Studia Troica 5:237289.Google Scholar
Mansel, Arif M. 1938 Trakya’nın Kültür ve Tarihi: Edirne ve Yöresi. Eski Eserleri Sevenler Kurumu Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Mansel, Arif M. 1940 Trakya Harfiyatı. Belleten 4:8993.Google Scholar
Mellaart, James 1955 Some Prehistoric Sites in North-Western Anatolia. Istanbuler Mitteilungen 6:5386.Google Scholar
Mellaart, James 1970 Excavations at Hacılar. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.Google Scholar
Özdoğan, Eylem 2011 Settlement Organization and Architecture in Aşağı Pınar Early Neolithic Layer 6. In Beginnings: New Research in the Appearance of the Neolithic between Northwest Anatolia and the Carpathian Basin, Papers of the International Workshop, 8th–9th April 2009, Istanbul, edited by Krauß, Raiko, pp. 213223. Marie Leidorf, Rahden.Google Scholar
Özdoğan, Mehmet 1979 Fikirtepe. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Prehistory Department, Istanbul University, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Özdoğan, Mehmet 1983 Pendik: A Neolithic Site of Fikirtepe Culture in the Marmara Region. In Beiträge zur Altertumskunde Kleinasien: Festschrift für Kurt Bittel, edited by Boehmer, Rainer M. and Hauptmann, Harald, pp. 401411. Philip von Zabern, Mainz.Google Scholar
Özdoğan, Mehmet 1985 A Surface Survey for Prehitoric and Early Historic Sites in Northwestern Turkey. National Geographic Resarch for 1979:517541.Google Scholar
Özdoğan, Mehmet 1986 Prehistoric Sites in the Gelibolu Peninsula. Anadolu Araştırmaları 10:5166.Google Scholar
Özdoğan, Mehmet 1998 Tarihöncesi Dönemlerde Anadolu ile Balkanlar Arasındaki Kültür İlişkileri ve Trakya’da Yapılan Yeni Kazı Çalışmaları. Türkiye Bilimler Akademisi Arkeoloji Dergisi 1:6393.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Özdoğan, Mehmet 2007 Marmara Bölgesi Neolitik Çağ Kültürleri. In Türkiye’de Neolitik Dönem: Anadolu’da Uygarlığın Doğuşu ve Avrupa’ya Yayılımı. Yeni Kazılar, Yeni Bulgular, edited by Özdoğan, Mehmet and Başgelen, Nezih, pp. 401426. Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Özdoğan, Mehmet 2011 Eastern Thrace: The Contact Zone between Anatolia and Balkans. In The Oxford Handbook of Ancient Anatolia 10,000–323 B.C.E., edited by Steadman, Sharon R. and McMahon, Gregory, pp. 657682. Oxford University Press, Oxford.Google Scholar
Özdoğan, Mehmet and Koyunlu, Alpaslan 1986 Yarımburgaz Mağarası: 1986 Yılı Çalışmalarının İlk Sonuçları ve Bazı Gözlemler. Arkeoloji ve Sanat 32‐33:417.Google Scholar
Pasinli, Alpay, Uzunoğlu, Edibe, Atakan, Nilüfer, Girgin, Çiğdem and Soysal, Mine 1994 Pendik Kurtarma Kazısı. 15. Müze Kurtarma Kazıları Semineri:147–163.Google Scholar
Roodenberg, Jacob J. (ed.) 1995 The Ilıpınar Excavations I: Five Seasons of Fieldwork in Northwestern Anatolia 1987–1991. Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, Leiden.Google Scholar
Roodenberg, Jacob J. 2001 Miscellaneous. In The Ilıpınar Excavations II, edited by Roodenberg, Jacob J. and Thissen, Laurens C., pp. 223255. Nederland Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, Leiden.Google Scholar
Roodenberg, Jacob J. 2008 Stratigraphy and Architecture of Phases X and IX. In The Ilıpınar Excavations III: Life and Death in a Prehistoric Settlement in Northwest Anatolia, edited by Roodenberg, Jacob J. and Roodenberg, Songül Alpaslan, pp. 134. Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, Leiden.Google Scholar
Roodenberg, Jacob J., and Roodenberg, Songül Alparslan 2007 Ilıpınar ve Menteşe: Doğu Marmara’da Neolitik döneme ait İki Yerleşme. In Türkiye’de Neolitik Dönem: Anadolu’da Uygarlığın Doğuşu ve Avrupa’ya Yayılımı. Yeni Kazılar, Yeni Bulgular, edited by Özdoğan, Mehmet and Başgelen, Nezih, pp. 393400. Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Roodenberg, Jacob J., and Roodenberg, Songül Alpaslan (eds.) 2008 The Ilıpınar Excavations III: Life and Death in a Prehistoric Settlement in Northwest Anatolia. Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, Leiden.Google Scholar
Roodenberg, Jacob J., and Thissen, Laurens (eds.) 2001 The Ilıpınar Excavations II. Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, Leiden.Google Scholar
Roodenberg, Jacob J., and Wijnen, Mies H. 2003 Early Settlement in the Plain of Yenişehir (NW Anatolia): The Basal Occupation Layers at Menteşe. Anatolica 29:1760.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Schoop, Ulf D. 2005 Das anatolische Chalkolithikum: Eine chronologische Untersuchung zur vorbronzezeitlichen Kultursequenz im nördlichen Zentralanatolien und den angrenzenden Gebieten. Albert Greiner, Remshalden.Google Scholar
Seeher, Jürgen 1987 Demircihöyük III: Die Ergebnisse der Ausgrabungen 1975–1978, Die Keramik 1. Philipp von Zabern, Mainz.Google Scholar
Seeher, Jürgen 1990 Coşkuntepe: Anatolisches Neolithikum am Nordostufer der Ägäis. Istanbuler Mitteilungen 40:915.Google Scholar
Seeher, Jürgen 2011 Evidence of Seventh/Early Sixth Millennium BC Neolithic Sites in North-Western Anatolia. In Beginnings: New Research in the Appearance of the Neolithic between Northwest Anatolia and the Carpathian Basin, Papers of the International Workshop, 8th–9th April 2009, Istanbul, edited by Krauß, Raiko, pp. 4755. Marie Leidorf, Rahden.Google Scholar
Sperling, Jerome 1976 Kumtepe in the Troad: Trial Excavations 1934. Hesperia 45:305364.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Takaoğlu, Turan 2005 Coşkuntepe: An Early Neolithic Quern Production Site in NW Turkey. Journal of Field Archaeology 30/4:419433.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Takaoğlu, Turan, 2006 The Late Neolithic in the Eastern Aegean. Excavations at Gülpınar in the Troad. Hesperia 75: 289315.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Thissen, Laurens C. 2008 The Pottery of Phase VB. In The Ilıpınar Excavations III: Life and Death in a Prehistoric Settlement in Northwest Anatolia, edited by Roodenberg, Jacob J. and Roodenberg, Songül Alpaslan, pp. 91116. Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, Leiden.Google Scholar
Wijnen, Mies H. 1995 The Neolithic and Chalcolithic Pottery from Ilıpınar’s Phases X–V. In The Ilıpınar Excavations I: Five Seasons of Fieldwork in Northwestern Anatolia 1987–1991, edited by Roodenberg, Jacob J., pp. 77107. Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, Leiden.Google Scholar
Barker, Harold, Burleigh, Richard and Meeks, Nigel 1969 British Museum Natural Radiocarbon Measurements VI. Radiocarbon 11/2:279280.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Boessneck, Joachim 1962 Die Tierreste aus der Argissa-Magula vom präkeramischen Neolithikum bis zur mittleren Bronzezeit. In Die deutschen Ausgrabungen auf der Argissa-Magula in Thessalien I: Das präkeramische Neolithikum sowie die Tier-und Pflanzenreste, edited by Milojčić, Vladimir, Boessneck, Joachim and Hopf, Maria, pp. 2799. Rudolf Habelt, Bonn.Google Scholar
Buitenhuis, Hilke 1992 Archeozoölogisch onderzoek bij de Zee van Marmara, Turkije. Paleo-aktueel 3:5054.Google Scholar
Chapman, John 1997 Places as Timemarks: The Social Construction of Prehistoric Landscapes in Eastern Hungary. In Semiotics of Landscape: Archaeology of Mind, edited by Nash, George, pp. 3145. BAR International Series 661. Archaeopress, Oxford.Google Scholar
Çilingiroglu, Çiler 2009a Central-West Anatolia at the End of the 7th and Beginning of the 6th millennium BCE in the Light of Pottery from Ulucak (Izmir). Ph.D. dissertation, University of Tübingen. http://tobias-lib.uni-tuebingen.de/volltexte/2009/4278.Google Scholar
Çilingiroğlu, Çiler 2009b Of Stamps, Loom Weights and Spindle Whorls. Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 22/1:327.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Çilingiroğlu, Çiler 2010 The Appearance of Impressed Pottery in the Neolithic Aegean and Its Implications for Maritime Networks in the Eastern Mediterranean. Türkiye Bilimler Akademisi Arkeoloji Dergisi 13:922.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Cullen, Tracy 1995 Mesolithic Mortuary Ritual at Franchthi Cave, Greece. Antiquity 69:270289.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
De Cupere, Bea 2005 Report of the Faunal Analysis. In Höyücek: 1989–1992 yılları arasında yapılan kazıların sonuçları/ Results of the Excavations 1989–1992, edited by Duru, Refik, and Umurtak, Gülsün, pp. 205220. Türk Tarih Kurumu Basımevi, Ankara.Google Scholar
Deniz, Eşref 1994 The Human and Animal Bones. In Kuruçay Höyük I: 1988 kazılarının sonuçları, Neolitik ve Erken Kalkolitik Çağ yerleşmeleri/ Results of the Excavations 1978–1988, the Neolithic and Early Chalcolithic Periods, edited by Duru, Refik, pp. 7681, 109. Türk Tarih Kurumu Basımevi, Ankara.Google Scholar
Duru, Refik 2012 The Neolithic of the Lakes Region: Hacılar – Kuruçay Höyük – Höyücek – Bademağacı Höyük. In Neolithic in Turkey. Volume 4: Western Turkey, edited by Özdoğan, M., Başgelen, N., Kuniholm, P., pp. 165. Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Earley, P. Christopher and Ang, Soon 2003 Cultural Intelligence: Individual Interactions across Cultures. Stanford University Press, Palo Alto.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Furholt, Martin 2011 Frühneolithische Zeichenproduktion: Keramik als Symbolträger und Vermittler sozialen Wandels im ägäischen Früh- und Mittelneolithikum. Eurasia Antiqua 17:2144.Google Scholar
Gimbutas, Marija, Winn, Shan and Shimabuku, Daniel 1989 Achilleion: A Neolithic Settlement in Thessaly, Greece, 6400–5600 BC. Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles.Google Scholar
Gringmuth-Dallmer, Eike 2000 Wege, Mittel und Ebenen der Kommunikation aus der Sicht der Archäologie. In Kommunikation in der ländlichen Gesellschaft vom Mittelalter bis zur Moderne, edited by Rösner, Werner, pp. 2145. Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, Göttingen.Google Scholar
Hansen, Julie M. 1991 The Palaeoethnobotany of Franchthi Cave (Excavations at Franchthi Cave 7). Indiana University Press, Bloomington.Google Scholar
Higgs, Eric S. 1962 The Fauna of the Early Neolithic Site at Nea Nikomedeia, Greek Makedonia. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 28:271274.Google Scholar
Hodder, Ian 2011 Human-Thing Entanglement: Towards an Integrated Archaeological Perspective. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 17/1:154177.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Jacobsen, Thomas 1973 Excavations in the Franchthi Cave 1969–1971, Part II. Hesperia 42/3:253283.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Jöns, Hauke, Lübke, Harald, Lüth, Friedrich and Terberger, Thomas 2007 Prehistoric Settlements and Development of the Regional Economic Area: Archaeological Investigations along the Northeast-German Baltic Sea Coast. In Sinking Coasts: Geosphere, Ecosphere and Anthroposphere of the Holocene Southern Baltic Sea, edited by Harff, Jan and Lüth, Friedrich, pp. 149188. Bericht der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission 88.Google Scholar
Kotsakis, Kostas, 1983 Kerameikē technologia kai kerameikē diaphoropoiēsē. Provlēmata tēs graptēs kerameikēs tēs mesēs neolithikēs epochēs tou Sesklou (Pottery technology and differences in pottery: Problems concerning the Middle Neolithic painted pottery from Sesklo). Ph.D. thesis, Thessaloniki.Google Scholar
Kotsakis, Kostas 2001 Mesolithic to Neolithic in Greece: Continuity, Discontinuity or Change of Course? Documenta Praehistorica 28:6373.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kotsakis, Kostas 2006 A Bridge Too Far: Essentialist Concepts in Greek Archaeology. In Mediterranean Crossroads, edited by Antoniadou, Sophia and Pace, Anthony, pp. 107119. Pierides Foundation, Athens.Google Scholar
Lichter, Clemens 2006 Zum Forschungsstand des Neolithikums und frühen Chalkolithikums in Westanatolien. In Aegean – Marmara – Black Sea: The Present State of Research on the Early Neolithic, edited by Gatsov, Ivan and Schwarzberg, Heiner, pp. 2746. Beier & Beran, Langenweissbach.Google Scholar
Lichter, Clemens (ed.) 2007 Vor 12.000 Jahren in Anatolien: Die ältesten Monumente der Menschheit. Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe.Google Scholar
Lichter, Clemens 2011 Neolithic Stamps and the Neolithization Process: A Fresh Look at an Old Issue. In Beginnings: New Research in the Appearance of the Neolithic between Northwest Anatolia and the Carpathian Basin, Papers of the International Workshop, 8th–9th April 2009, Istanbul, edited by Krauß, Raiko, pp. 3544. Marie Leidorf, Rahden.Google Scholar
Mellaart, James 1970 Excavations at Hacılar. University Press, Edinburgh.Google Scholar
Miller, Daniel 2010 Stuff. Polity Press, Cambridge.Google Scholar
Milojčić, Vladimir 1960 Präkeramisches Neolithikum auf der Balkanhalbinsel. Germania 38: 320335.Google Scholar
Milojčić-v.Zumbusch, Johanna 1971 Die deutschen Ausgrabungen auf der Otzaki-Magula in Thessalien I. Das frühe Neolithikum. In Beiträge zur ur- und frühgeschichtlichen Archäologie des Mittelmeer-Kulturraumes vol. 10, edited by Milojčić, Vladimir, pp. 19152. Rudolf Habelt, Bonn.Google Scholar
Moundrea-Agrafioti, Antikleia 2003 Mesolithic Fish Hooks from the Cave of Cyclope, Youra. In The Greek Mesolithic: Problems and Perspectives, edited by Galanidou, Nena and Perlès, Catherine, pp. 131141. British School at Athens, London.Google Scholar
Özdoğan, Mehmet 2007 Von Zentralanatolien nach Europa. In Vor 12.000 Jahren in Anatolien: Die ältesten Monumente der Menschheit, edited by Lichter, Clemens, pp. 150160. Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe.Google Scholar
Özdoğan, Mehmet 2010 Westward Expansion of the Neolithic Way of Life: Sorting the Neolithic Package into Distinct Packages. In Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, May 5th–10th 2008, Università di Roma La Sapienza, edited by Matthiae, Paolo, Romano, Licia, Pinnock, Frances, Nigro, Lorenzo and Marchetti, Nicolo, pp. 883897. Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden.Google Scholar
Papathanassopoulos, George A. (ed.) 1996 Neolithic Culture in Greece. Goulandris Foundation, Athens.Google Scholar
Payne, Sebastian 1975 Faunal Change at Franchthi Cave from 20000–3000 BC. In Archaeozoological Studies: Papers of the Archaeozoological Conference, edited by Clason, A. T., pp. 120131. Groningen, Amsterdam.Google Scholar
Payne, Sebastian 1982 Faunal Evidence for Environmental/Climatic Change at Franchthi Cave (Southern Argolid, Greece), 25000–5000 BP. Preliminary Results. In Palaeoclimates, Palaeoenvironment and Human Communities in the Eastern Mediterranean Region in Later Prehistory, edited by Bintliff, J. L. and van Zeist, W., pp. 133143. BAR International Series 133. Archaeopress, Oxford.Google Scholar
Perlès, Catherine 1990 Les industries lithiques taillées de Franchthi (Argolide, Grèce) II: Les industries du Mésolithique et du Néolithique Initial. Excavations at Franchthi Cave 5. Indiana University Press, Bloomington.Google Scholar
Reingruber, Agathe 1997 Untersuchungen zu den neolithischen Knochen- und Geweihartefakten aus Hoca Çesme (Türkisch-Thrakien). Unpublished MA thesis, Institute for Prehistory, University of Heidelberg.Google Scholar
Reingruber, Agathe 2008 Die deutschen Ausgrabungen auf der Argissa-Magula in Thessalien II: Das frühe und das beginnende mittlere Neolithikum im Lichte transägäischer Beziehungen. Rudolf Habelt, Bonn.Google Scholar
Reingruber, Agathe 2011 Early Neolithic Settlement Patterns and Exchange Networks in the Aegean. Documenta Praehistorica 38:291305.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Reingruber, Agathe 2015 Preceramic, Aceramic or Early Ceramic? The Radiocarbon Dated Beginning of the Neolithic in the Aegean. Documenta Praehistorica 42:147158.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Reingruber, Agathe 2017 The Transition from the Mesolithic to the Neolithic in a Circum-Aegean Perspective: Concepts and Narratives. In Communities, Landscapes and Interaction in Neolithic Greece, edited by Sarris, A., Kalogiropoulou, E., Kalayci, T. and Karimali, L., pp. 826. International Conference, Rethymno 29–30 May 2014. International Monographs in Prehistory, Archaeological Series 20. Berghahn Books.Google Scholar
Reingruber, Agathe 2018 Geographical Mobility and Social Motility in the Aegean before and after 6600 BC. Praehistorische Zeitschrift 93(1):124.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Reingruber, Agathe and Thissen, Laurens 2009 Depending on 14C-Data: Chronological Frameworks in the Neolithic and Chalcolithic of Southeastern Europe. Radiocarbon 51:751770.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Reingruber, Agathe and Thissen, Laurens 2017 The 14SEA Project: A 14C database for Southeast Europe and Anatolia (10,000–3000 calBC). www.14sea.orgGoogle Scholar
Ridley, Cressida and Wardle, Kenneth A. 1979 Rescue Excavations at Servia 1971–1973: A Preliminary Report. The Annual of the British School at Athens 74:185230.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Rodden, Robert J. 1965 An Early Neolithic Village in Greece. Scientific American 212/4:8391.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Sampson, Adamantions, Kozłowski, Janusz K. and Kaczanowska, Malgorzata 2003 Mesolithic Chipped Stone Industries from the Cave of Cyclope on the Island of Youra (Northern Sporades). In The Greek Mesolithic – Problems and Perspectives, edited by Galanidou, Nena and Perlès, Catherine, pp. 123130. British School at Athens Studies 10. London.Google Scholar
Adamantios, Sampson, Kaczanowska, Malgorzata and Kozłowski, Janusz K. 2008 The First Mesolithic Site in the Eastern Part of the Aegean Basin: Excavations into the Site Kerame I on the Island of Ikaria 2008. Annual of the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences: 321–329.Google Scholar
Schwartz, Charles A. 1981 The Fauna from Early Neolithic Sesklo. In The Early Neolithic 1 Settlement at Sesklo: An Early Farming Community in Thessaly, Greece, edited by Wijnen, Marie-Hélène, p. 112. Leiden University Press, Leiden.Google Scholar
Strasser, Thomas. F., Panagopoulou, Eleni, Runnels, Curtis N., et al. 2010 Stone Age Seafaring in the Mediterranean: Evidence from the Plakias Region for Lower Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Habitation of Crete. Hesperia 79/2:145190.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Thissen, Laurens 2007 Die Anfänge der Keramikproduktion in der Türkei – ein Überblick. In Vor 12.000 Jahren in Anatolien: Die ältesten Monumente der Menschheit, edited by Lichter, Clemens, pp. 218229. Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe.Google Scholar
Tomasello, Michael 2008 Origins of Human Communication. MIT Press, Cambridge.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Tomasello, Michael 2009 Why We Cooperate. MIT Press, Cambridge.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Urem-Kotsou, Dushka, Kotsakis, Kostas and Stern, Ben 2002 Defining Function in Neolithic Ceramics: The Example of Makriyalos, Greece. Documenta Praehistorica 29:109118.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Vitelli, Karen D. 1993 Franchthi Neolithic Pottery I: Classification and Ceramic Phases 1 and 2. Excavations at Franchthi Cave 8. Indiana University Press, Bloomington.Google Scholar
Vitelli, Karen D. 2007 Lerna, a Preclassical Site in the Argolid: Results of Excavations Conducted by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Volume 5: The Neolithic Pottery from Lerna. The American School of Classical Studies, Princeton.Google Scholar
Zeder, Melinda 2009 The Neolithic Macro-(R)evolution: Macroevolutionary Theory and the Study of Culture Change. Journal of Archaeological Research 17:163.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Becker, Cornelia 1999 The Middle Neolithic and the Plateia Magoula Zarkou: A Review of Current Archaeozoological Research in Thessaly (Greece). Anthropozoologica 30:322.Google Scholar
Björk, Claude 1995 Early Pottery in Greece: A Technological and Functional Analysis of the Evidence from Neolithic Achilleion, Thessaly. P. Aströms, Jonsered.Google Scholar
Bronk Ramsey, Christopher 2009 Bayesian Analysis of Radiocarbon Dates. Radiocarbon 51/1:337360.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Coleman, John E. 1992 Greece, the Aegean and Cyprus. In Chronologies in Old World Archaeology, edited by Ehrich, Robert, Vol. 1, pp. 247288 / Vol. 2, pp. 203–229. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.Google Scholar
Cullen, Tracey 1995 Mesolithic Mortuary Ritual at Franchthi Cave, Greece. Antiquity 69:270289.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Demoule, Jean-Paul and Perlès, Catherine 1993 The Greek Neolithic: A New Review. Journal of World Prehistory 7/4:355416.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gallis, Kostas 1992 Atlas proïstorikôn oikismôn tis anatolikis Thessalikis pediadas. Etairia Istorikôn Erevnôn Thessalias, Larissa.Google Scholar
Gandon, Enora, Casanova, Rémy, Sainton, Patrick, et al. 2011 A Proxy of Potters’ Throwing Skills: Ceramic Vessels Considered in Terms of Mechanical Stress. Journal of Archaeological Science 38:10801089.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gimbutas, Marija 1974 Achilleion, a Neolithic Mound in Thessaly: Preliminary Report on the 1973/1974 Excavation. Journal of Field Archaeology 1:277303.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gimbutas, Marija, Winn, Shan and Shimabuku, Daniel (eds.) 1989 Achilleion: A Neolithic Settlement in Thessaly, Greece, 6400–5600 BC. Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles.Google Scholar
Guillomet-Malmassari, Virginie 2012 D’une révolution à l’autre. Pour une épistémologie de la problématique des transitions en Préhistoire. Société Préhistorique Française, Paris.Google Scholar
Halstead, Paul 2000 Land Use in Postglacial Greece: Cultural Causes and Environmental Effects. In Landscape and Land Use in Postglacial Greece, edited by Halstead, Paul and Frederick, Charles, pp. 7795. Sheffield University Press, Sheffield.Google Scholar
Halstead, Paul 2002 Agropastoral Land Use and Landscape in Later Prehistoric Greece. Saguntum 5:105113.Google Scholar
Halstead, Paul 2004 Farming and Feasting in the Neolithic of Greece: The Ecological Context of Fighting with Food. Documenta Praehistorica 31:151161.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Halstead, Paul 2005 Resettling the Neolithic: Faunal Evidence for Seasons of Consumption and Residence at Neolithic Sites in Greece. In (Un)Settling the Neolithic, edited by Bailey, Douglass, Whittle, Alasdair and Cummings, Vicky, pp. 3850. Oxbow Books, Oxford.Google Scholar
Halstead, Paul 2006 Sheep in the Garden: The Integration of Crop and Livestock Husbandry in Early Farming Regimes of Greece and Southern Europe. In Animals in the Neolithic of Britain and Europe, edited by Serjeantson, Dale and Field, David, pp. 4255. Oxbow Books, Oxford.Google Scholar
Halstead, Paul 2008 Between Rock and a Hard Place: Coping with Marginal Colonisation in the Later Neolithic and Early Bronze Age of Crete and the Aegean. In Escaping the Labyrinth: The Cretan Neolithic in Context, edited by Isaakidou, Valasia and Tomkins, Peter, pp. 229257. Oxbow Books, Oxford.Google Scholar
Halstead, Paul 2011 Farming, Material Culture and Ideology: Repackaging the Neolithic of Greece (and Europe). In The Dynamics of Neolithisation in Europe: Studies in Honour of Andrew Sherratt, edited by Hadjikoumis, Angelos, Robinson, Erick and Viner, Sarah, pp. 131151. Oxbow Books, Oxford.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Halstead, Paul and Isaakidou, Valasia 2011 Political Cuisine: Rituals of Commensality in the Neolithic and Bronze Age Aegean. In Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner: Feasting Rituals in the Prehistoric Societies of Europe and the Near East, edited by Jímenez, Gonzalo Aranda, Montón-Subías, Sandra and Romero, Margarita Sanchez, pp. 91108. Oxbow Books, Oxford.Google Scholar
Hansen, Julie M. 1988 Agriculture in the Prehistoric Aegean: Data versus Speculation. American Journal of Archaeology 92:3952.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hardie, Robin 2007 Gender Tension in Figurines in SE Europe. In Cult in Context: Reconsidering Ritual in Archaeology, edited by Barrowclough, David and Malone, Caroline, pp. 8289. Oxbow, Oxford.Google Scholar
Hondroyianni-Metoki, A. 2009 Aliakmon 1985–2005: I archaiologiki erevna stin periohi tis technitis limnis Polyphytou (koilada mesou rou tou Aliakmona), apotelesmata kai prooptikes. To Archaiologiko Ergo sti Makedonia kai Thraki 20:449462.Google Scholar
Johnson, Mats and Perlès, Catherine 2004 An Overview of Neolithic Settlement Patterns in Thessaly. In Explaining Social Change: Studies in Honour of Colin Renfrew, edited by Cherry, John, Scarre, Chris and Shennan, Stephen, pp. 6579. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge.Google Scholar
Karamitrou-Mentessidi, G., Efstratiou, Nikos, Kozłowski, Janus K., et al. 2013 New evidence On the beginning of farming in Greece; the Early Neolithic settlement of Mavropigi in western Macedonia (Greece) 2013. http://antiquity.ac.uk/projgall/mentessidi336/.Google Scholar
Kiparissi-Apostolika, Nina 2001 Ta Proïstorika Kosmimata tis Thessalias. Ministry of Culture, Athens.Google Scholar
Kotsakis, Kostas 1983 Kerameiki technologia kai kerameiki diaforopoiisi: Provlimata tis graptis kerameikis tis mesis epohis tou Sesklou. Aristoteleio Panepistemio Thessalonikes, Thessaloniki.Google Scholar
Kotsakis, Kostas 1999 What Tells Can Tell: Social Space and Settlement in the Greek Neolithic. In Neolithic Society in Greece, edited by Halstead, Paul, pp. 6676. Sheffield Academic Press, Sheffield.Google Scholar
Kotsakis, Kostas 2006 Settlement of Discord: Sesklo and the Emerging Household. In Homage to Milutin Garašanin, edited by Tasić, Nikola and Grozdanov, Cvetan, pp. 193207. Serbian Academy of Science and Arts, Belgrade.Google Scholar
Kotthoff, Ulrich, Pross, Jörg, Müller, Ulrich C., et al. 2008 Climate Dynamics in the Borderlands of the Aegean Sea during the Formation of Sapropel S1 Deduced from a Marine Pollen Record. Quaternary Science Reviews 27:823845.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kuhn, Steven L., Stiner, Mary C., Reese, David S. and Güleç, Erksin 2001 Ornaments of the Earliest Upper Palaeolithic: New Insights from the Levant. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98/13:641646.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kuijt, Ian 2000 People and Space in Early Agricultural Villages: Exploring Daily Lives, Community Size and Architecture in the Late Pre-Pottery Neolithic. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 19:75102.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Lespez, Laurent, Tsortoni, Zoë, Pascal, Darcque, et al. 2013 The Lowest Levels at Dikili Tash, Northern Greece: A Missing Link in the Early Neolithic of Europe. Antiquity 87:3045.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Marino, G., Rohling, E. J., Sangiorgi, F., et al. 2009 Early and Middle Holocene in the Aegean Sea: Interplay between High and Low Latitude Climate Variability. Quaternary Science Reviews 28:32463262.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Maniatis, Yannis and Tite, Mike S. 1981 Technological Examination of Neolithic-Bronze Age Pottery from Central and Southeast Europe and from the Near-East. Journal of Archaeological Science 8:5976.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Milojčić, Vladimir 1960 Präkeramisches Neolithikum auf der Balkanhalbinsel. Germania 38:320355.Google Scholar
Mottier, Yvette 1981 Die deutschen Ausgrabungen auf der Otzaki-Magula in Thessalien 2: Das mittlere Neolithikum. Rudolf Habelt, Bonn.Google Scholar
Moundrea-Agrafioti, Antikleia, and Gnardellis, Charalambos 1991 Outils tranchants Thessaliens en pierre polie: un réexamen de la typologie de Christos Tsountas. Les Cahiers de l’Analyse des Données 16/2:161178.Google Scholar
Nanoglou, Stratos 2005 Subjectivity and Material Culture in Thessaly, Greece: The Case of Neolithic Anthropomorphic Imagery. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 15/2:141156.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Nanoglou, Stratos 2008 Building Biographies and Households: Aspects of Community Life in Neolithic Northern Greece. Journal of Social Archaeology 8/1:139159.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Nanoglou, Stratos 2010 The Representation of Phalli in Neolithic Thessaly, Greece. Documenta Praehistorica 37:215225.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Papathanassopoulos, George (ed.) 1996 Neolithic Culture in Greece. Goulandris Foundation, Athens.Google Scholar
Perlès, Catherine 1992 Systems of Exchange and Organization of Production in Neolithic Greece. Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 5/2:115164.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Perlès, Catherine 2001 The Early Neolithic in Greece: The First Farming Communities in Europe. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Perlès, Catherine 2004 Les industries lithiques taillées de Franchthi (Argolide, Grèce) III : Du Néolithique ancien au Néolithique final. Excavations at Franchthi Cave 13. Indiana University Press, Bloomington.Google Scholar
Perlès, Catherine 2005 From the Near East to Greece: Let’s Reverse the Focus Cultural Elements That Didn’t Transfer. In How Did Farming Reach Europe? Anatolian-European Relations from the Second Half of the 7th through the First Half of the 6th Millenium BC, edited by Lichter, Clemens, pp. 275290. Ege Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Perlès, Catherine 2009 De la technologie céramique à la Néolithisation de la Grèce. In Méthodes d’approche des premières productions céramiques: étude de cas dans les Balkans et au Levant/Methods for the Study of the First Pottery Productions: Case Studies from the Balkans and the Levant, edited by Astruc, Laurence, Gaulon, Alain and Salanova, Laure, pp. 5161. Marie Leidorf, Rahden.Google Scholar
Perlès, Catherine 2010 Grèce et Balkans: deux voies de penetration distinctes du Néolithique en Europe? In La revolution néolithique dans le monde, edited by Demoule, Jean-Paul, pp. 263282. CNRS, Paris.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Perlès, Catherine 2013 Tempi of Change: When Soloists Don’t Play Together: Arrythmia in “Continuou” Change. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 20/2:281299.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Perlès, Catherine 2016 Early Holocene Climatic Fluctuations and Human Responses in Greece. In Climate and Cultural Change in Prehistoric Europe and the Near East, edited by Biehl, Peter F. and Nieuwenhuyse, Olivier, pp. 169194. SUNY Press, Buffalo.Google Scholar
Perlès, Catherine 2018 Stone, Pots … and Now Ornaments: Revisiting the Middle to Late Neolithic and the Late to Final Neolithic Transitions at Franchthi. In Communities in Transition: The Circum-Aegean Later Neolithic Stages (ca. 5000/4800–3200/3000 BC), edited by Dietz, Søren, Mavridis, Fanis, Tankosic, Zarko and Takaoğlu, Turan, pp. 331340. The Danish Institute at Athens, Athens.Google Scholar
Perlès, Catherine, Takaoğlu, Turan and Gratuze, Bernard 2011 Melian Obsidian in NW Turkey: Evidence for Early Neolithic Trade. Journal of Field Archaeology 36/1:4249.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Perlès, Catherine, Quilès, Anita and Valladas, Hélène 2013 Early 7th millennium AMS Dates on Domestic Seeds for the Initial Neolithic at Franchthi Cave (Argolid, Greece). Antiquity 87:116.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Peyron, Odile, Goring, Simone, Dormoy, Isabelle, et al. 2011 Holocene Seasonality Changes in the Central Mediterranean Region Reconstructed from the Pollen Sequences of Lake Accesa (Italy) and Tenaghi Philippon (Greece). The Holocene 21/1:131146.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Phelps, William 2004 The Neolithic Pottery Sequence in Southern Greece. BAR International Series 1259. Archaeopress, Oxford.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Pross, Jörg, Kotthoff, Ulrich, Müller, Ulrich C., et al. 2009 Massive Perturbation in Terrestrial Ecosystems of the Eastern Mediterranean Region Associated with the 8.2 kyr B.P. Climatic Event. Geology 37/10:887890.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Reimer, Paula J., Baillie, Mike G. L., Bard, Edouard, et al. 2009 IntCal09 and Marine09 Radiocarbon Age Calibration Curves, 0–50 000 Years cal. BP. Radiocarbon 51:11111150.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Reingruber, Agathe and Thissen, Laurens 2005 14C Database for the Aegean Catchment (Eastern Greece, Southern Balkans and Western Turkey) 10.000–5500 cal BC. In How Did Farming Reach Europe? Anatolian-European Relations from the Second Half of the 7th through the First Half of the 6th Millenium BC, edited by Lichter, Clemens, pp. 295327. Ege Yayınları, Istanbul.Google Scholar
Reingruber, Agathe and Thissen, Laurens 2009 Depending on 14C-Data: Chronological Frameworks in the Neolithic and Chalcolithic of Southeastern Europe. Radiocarbon 51/2:751770.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Roux, Valentine, and Courty, Marie-Agnès 2013 Introduction to Discontinuities and Continuities: Theories, Methods and Proxies for an Historical and Sociological Approach to the Evolution of Past Societies. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 20/2:187-193.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Schwarzberg, Heiner 2006 A New Item for the Neolithic Package? Early Neolithic Cult Vessels in Anatolia and South-East Europe. In Aegean, Marmara, Black Sea: The Present State of Research on the Early Neolithic, Proceedings of the Session held at the EAA 8th Annual Meeting at Thessaloniki, 28th September 2002, edited by Gatsov, Ivan and Schwarzberg, Heiner, pp. 127134. Beier/Beran, Langenweissbach.Google Scholar
Sciama, Lidia D., and Eicher, Joanne B. (eds.) 1998 Beads and Beadmakers: Gender, Material Culture and Meaning. Berg, Oxford.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Shennan, Stephen 2008 Evolution in Archaeology. Annual Review of Anthropology 37:7591.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Shennan, Stephen (ed.) 2009 Pattern and Process in Cultural Evolution. University of California Press, Berkeley.Google Scholar
Souvatzi, Stella 2008 A Social Archaeology of Households in Neolithic Greece: An Anthropological Approach. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.Google Scholar
Stroulia, Anna 2010 Flexible Stones: Ground Stone Tools from Franchthi Cave. Excavations at Franchthi Cave 14. Indiana University Press, Bloomington.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Theocharis, Demetrios R. 1973 Neolithic Greece. National Bank of Greece, Athens.Google Scholar
Tomkins, Peter 2004 Filling in the “Neolithic Background”: Social Life and Social Transformation in the Aegean before the Bronze Age. In The Emergence of Civilisation Revisited, edited by Barrett, John C. and Halstead, Paul, pp. 3763. Oxbow, Oxford.Google Scholar
Triantaphyllou, Sevi 2001 A Bioarchaeological Approach to Prehistoric Cemetery Populations from Central and Western Greek Macedonia. BAR International Series 976. Archaeopress, Oxford.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Tsountas, Christos 1908 Ai proïstorikai akropoleis Diminiou kai Sesklou. Sakellariou, Athens.Google Scholar
Vitelli, Karen D. 1989 Were First Pots Made for Food? Doubts from Franchthi. World Archaeology 21/1:1729.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Vitelli, Karen D. 1993 Franchthi Neolithic Pottery I: Classification and Ceramic Phases 1 and 2. Excavations at Franchthi Cave 8. Indiana University Press, Bloomington.Google Scholar
Washburn, Dorothy K. 1983 Symmetry Analysis of Ceramic Design: Two Tests of the Method on Neolithic Material from Greece and the Aegean. In Structure and Cognition in Art, edited by Washburn, Dorothy K., pp. 138164. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.Google Scholar
Weninger, Bernd, Alram-Stern, Eva, Bauer, Eva, et al. 2006 Climate Forcing Due to 8200 cal BP Event Observed at Early Neolithic Sites in the Eastern Mediterranean. Quaternary Research 66:401420.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Wijnen, Marie-Hélène 1993 Early Ceramics: Local Manufacture versus Widespread Distribution. In Anatolia and the Balkans: Symposium on Pre-Bronze Age Relations Held in Istanbul, 18–22 November 1991, edited by Jacob J. Roodenberg. Anatolica 19:319331.Google Scholar
Wijnen, Marie-Hélène 1994 Neolithic Pottery from Sesklo: Technological Aspects. In La Thessalie: Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975–1990, bilans et perspectives, edited by Decourt, Jean-Claude, Helly, Bruno and Gallis, Kostas, pp. 149154. Kapon, Athens.Google Scholar
Wilkie, Nancy C., and Savina, Mary E. 1997 The Earliest Farmers in Macedonia. Antiquity 71:201207.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Zilhão, João 2011 Time Is on My Side… In The Dynamics of Neolithisation in Europe: Studies in Honour of Andrew Sherratt, edited by Robinson, Angelos Hadjikoumis Erick and Viner, Sarah, pp. 4665. Oxbow, Oxford.CrossRefGoogle Scholar