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Middle Chalcolithic expansion into the highlands of the north-central Taurus, south-western Cappadocia

  • Abdullah Hacar (a1), Murat Tektaş (a2), H. Simge Egeci (a3) and Michael Johnson (a4)

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Recent archaeological survey in south-western Cappadocia reveals Middle Chalcolithic expansion into the highlands, where there is no known evidence of earlier permanent settlement.

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Middle Chalcolithic expansion into the highlands of the north-central Taurus, south-western Cappadocia

  • Abdullah Hacar (a1), Murat Tektaş (a2), H. Simge Egeci (a3) and Michael Johnson (a4)

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