Published: Levent Atici

Levent Atici (Undergraduate Research,  Anthropology) has co-authored an article entitled “Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene finds from the 2020 sounding excavation at Girmeler, Southwestern Turkey” in the  2021 issue of peer-reviewed European journal Anatolica.

The paper sheds new light on the origins and spread of farming economies in the Near East and Eastern Mediterranean, presenting new data from a cave that is located in the western-most region of Turkey, a significantly underinvestigated area, and that was inhabited by semi-sedentary hunter groups engaged in selective gathering and some agriculture.

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