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Results of geochemical analyses of obsidian artefacts from the Neolithic site of Tell Labwe South, Lebanon

AuthorsKhalidi, Lamya ; Gratuze, Bernard; Haïdar-Boustani, Maya; Ibáñez-Estévez, Juan José ; Teira, Luis
Tell Labwe South
Obsidian sourcing
Issue Date2013
PublisherUniversidad Autónoma de Barcelona
CitationStone Tools in Transition: From Hunter-Gatherers to Farming Societies in the Near East (7th Conference on PPN Chipped and Ground Stone Industries of the Fertile Crescent) : 475-494 (2013)
AbstractA first season of section excavation and sampling at the Pre-Pottery and Pottery Neolithic site of Tell Labwe South in the Beqaa, Lebanon, has produced two dates securing the earliest level of the site to the late PPNB and the latest level to the early Pottery Neolithic. Besides producing consecutive architectural phases, burials and a material culture sequence from the oldest to most recent levels, this site also produced a significant number of obsidian bladelets and small flakes, which were analysed by LA-HR-ICP-MS. The results of these analyses demonstrate that from its earliest occupation, this site was part of a network that facilitated the exchange of materials at long distance with obsidian rich Cappadocian and Eastern Anatolian source areas.
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