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The latter tradition, apparently an ancestor cult, is widespread (Bouqras, Tell Halula, Beisa-moun, Wadi Shueib, Tell Sabi Abyard).Other evidence of ritual includes: decapitated burials below floors, and sanctuaries (Beidha Ain Ghazal, Tell Sabi Abyad II, Halulu).
Accompanied with a toolkit of blades, there is a concomitant trend toward more mobile subsistence strategies and processing of plants, that is, foraging, whose clearest data are seen in the uppermost or Epipalaeolithic period.It is possible that the remarkable PPNB (Figure 2) period ended due to over-cultivation and environmental degradation by the population.Throughout the entire region, shifting settlement patterns, the abandonment of numerous sites, but occupational continuity at others, all suggest a dynamic Figure 1 Female plaster statue and bust from the 1983 MPPNB statuary cache at Ain Ghazal. Permission of the Ain Ghazal Archaeological Project.Neolithic: New Stone Age - Farmers, Herders, and Potters Aceramic Neolithic PPNA Coincidently or not, at the onset of the Holocene era (c.
9600 BCE), the revolutionary first unequivocal domestication of plants (einkorn wheat, barley, and pulses) occurred (subsequent to sedent-ism, not the reverse).Astonishingly, Abu Hureyra may have domesticated grain (rye); Mureybit yielded over a 100 species of seeds and plants.The archaeological correlates to grain processing are: sickles with silica, mortars and pestles (Hayonim Cave, Wadi Hammeh 27, Saaide II, and desert sites in Jordan); to long-distance trade: obsidian, Red Sea shells, and basalt; to symbolism: the sickle hafts and figurines - the first true art.Discerned originally at Ain Ghazal and now recognized at a handful of sites in the south, the PPNC links the PPN to the PN period, thus closing the hiatus palestinien proposed by Kathleen Kenyon on the basis of an abandonment at Jericho.