Paléorient, 2012, vol. 38, n°1-2.

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Sous la direction de C. Breniquet [Éditeur intellectuel] M. Tengberg [Éditeur intellectuel] E. Andersson Strand [Éditeur intellectuel] M.-L. Nosch [Éditeur intellectuel]

Préhistoire des Textiles au Proche-Orient/ Prehistory of Textiles in the Near East, 13 – 157

Introduction au dossier «Préhistoire des Textiles au Proche-Orient» / Introduction to the file “Prehistory of Textiles in the Near East”  [article]
pp. 13 – 20
Eva Andersson Strand, Catherine Breniquet, Marie-Louise Nosch, Margareta Tengberg

The textile chaîne opératoire: Using a multidisciplinary approach to textile archaeology with a focus on the Ancient Near East  [article]
pp. 21 – 40
Eva Andersson Strand

Textiles from the Pre-Pottery Neolithic Site of Tell Halula (Euphrates Valley, Syria)  [article]
pp. 41 – 54
Carmen Alfaro Giner

Phytoliths and Basketry Materials at Çatalhöyük (Turkey): Timelines of growth, harvest and objects life histories  [article]
pp. 55 – 63
Willeke Wendrich, Philippa Ryan

The cord-impressed pottery from the Late Neolithic Northern Levant: Case-study Shir (Syria)  [article]
pp. 65 – 77
Olivier P. Nieuwenhuyse, Karin Bartl, Koen Berghuijs, G. Vogelsang-Eastwood

Use of Animal Fibres during the Neolithisation in the Middle Euphrates Valley (Syria): An Archaeozoological Approach  [article]
pp. 79 – 91
Maria Saña, Carlos Tornero

Spinning Animal Fibres at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria?  [article]
pp. 93 – 109
C. Tineke Rooijakkers

Changes in Fiber Use and Spinning Technologies on the Iranian Plateau: A comparative and diachronic study of spindle whorls ca 4500-2500 BCE  [article]
pp. 111 – 126
Irene Good

Spinning in the 5th millennium in the Southern Levant: Aspects of the Textile Economy  [article]
pp. 127 – 139
Janet Levy, Isaac Gilead

A Late Neolithic “fishing net” from Kurdistan, Northern Iraq?  [article]
pp. 141 – 147
Olivier P. Nieuwenhuyse, Koen Berghuijs, Simone Mühl

Restes textiles sur un clou de fondation de Gudea. Étude préliminaire  [article]
pp. 149 – 157
Ariane Thomas

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