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Settlement Networks in the Southern Levant in the Mid 4th Millennium BC: Sites with Double-Apsed Houses in the Leja Area of Southern Syria During the EBA IA

Abstract : The social organization of regional settlement systems in the Southern Levant during the mid 4th millennium (EB IA) is addressed through a new interpretation of the spatial patterning of houses and agglomerations in the Syrian Leja. The implications of an explanation which treats residential mobility as a major factor in the spatial and social structure of settlements are first explored at the level of the Leja and subsequently extended to the Southern Levant.
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Christophe Nicolle, Frank Braemer. Settlement Networks in the Southern Levant in the Mid 4th Millennium BC: Sites with Double-Apsed Houses in the Leja Area of Southern Syria During the EBA IA. Levant: The Journal of the Council for British Research in the Levant , Taylor & Francis, 2012, 44 (1), pp.1-16. ⟨halshs-00872952⟩

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