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Jeitun and the transition to agriculture in Central Asia

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David R. Harris

UCL Institute of Archaeology, GB
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Abstract

Most research on the origins and early spread of agriculture in the Old World has focused on Southwest Asia and Europe. Since 1989, Institute and other British archaeologists have been working east of the Caspian Sea in southern Turkmenistan, and it is now possible to draw conclusions about how agriculture
and village life began in Central Asia.
How to Cite: Harris, D.R., (1997). Jeitun and the transition to agriculture in Central Asia. Archaeology International. 1, pp.28–31. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ai.0109
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Published on 23 Nov 1997.
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