Stages of the Neolithic Revolution


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Table of Contents Bibliography, 3rd draft Apr. 28th 2012
Bibliography, 2nd draft Apr. 11th 2012
Bibliography, 1st draft Apr. 2nd 2012



Bibliography . go to Teacher's Log

Part 1 : Documentaries, Encyclopedic Sources

1) Documentary Sources
- Stories From the Stone Age 1 - Daily Bread
- Stories From the Stone Age 2 - Urban Dream
- Stories From the Stone Age 3 - Waves of Change
- A History of Ancient Britain - Age of Ancestors

2) Encyclopedic Sources
- Wikipedia : Natufian Culture (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natufian_culture)
- Wikipedia : Neolithic Revolution (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neolithic_Revolution)
- Wikipedia : Fertile Crescent (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fertile_Crescent)
- Encyclopaedia Britannica, Macropaedia. volume 8

Part 2 : Reconstructed Reference List of "Stories from the Stone Age"

3) Interview Sources (used from ¡°Stories from the Stone Age¡±)

(Stories from the Stone Age 1)
- Dr. Phillip Edwards (Archaeologist)
- Dr. Stephen Bourke
- Prof. Andrew Sherrall
- Prof. Ofer Bar-Yosef (Archaeologist)
- George Willcox (Archaeobotanist)
- Ghattas Sayej (Archaeologist)
- Danielle Stordeur (Archaeologist)
(Stories from the Stone Age 2)
- Dr. Melinda Zeder (Curator, Smithsonian)
- Prof. Trevor Watkins (Prehistorian)
- Danielle Stordeur (Archaeologist)
- Dr. Mohammad Najjar (Archaeologist)
- Prof. Gary O Rollefson (Archaeologist)

4) Publications by persons interviewed by ¡°stories of the stone age¡±

(Dr. Phillip Edwards)

- Edwards, P, 1989, ¡®Problems of Recognizing Earliest Sedentism: The Natufian example.¡¯ Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 2/1: 5-48.
- Edwards, P 2010, ¡®Early agriculture and ditch irrigation.¡¯ Neo-Lithics, 2/10: 43-46.
- Edwards, P 2007, ¡®A 14 000 year-old hunter-gatherer¡¯s toolkit.¡¯ Antiquity 81: 865-876.
- Edwards, P 2007, ¡®The context and production of incised Neolithic stones.¡¯ Levant 39: 27-33.
- Hardy-Smith, T & Edwards, P 2004, ¡®The Garbage Crisis in Prehistory: artefact discard patterns at the Early Natufian site of Wadi Hammeh 27 and the origins of household refuse disposal strategies¡¯, Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 23, 235-289.

(Prof. Ofer Bar-Yosef)

- The Natufian Culture in the Levant (Ed), International Monographs in Prehistory, 1992.
- Late Quaternary Chronology and Paleoclimates of the Eastern Mediterranean. Radiocarbon, 1994.
- 1999- AAAS meetings in Anaheim 21-26 January 1999, presented paper in the session ¡°Changes in paleoclimate and Civilization¡± entitled ¡°The role of the Younger Dryas in the origins of agriculture in Western Asia¡±. UISPP Liege (Belgium) September 2-8. Presented three papers in three different sessions 1. on Natufian burials and art objects 2. on the Aurignacian of the Levant 3. on Middle Paleolithic settlement pattern in the Near East.
- Cambridge, UK. Organized by P. Bellwood and C. Renfrew: Examining the farming/language dispersal hypothesis. (#282).
- 1989 Symposium: The Natufian Culture and the Origins of Neolithic Societies. (O.BarYosef and F.R.Valla) Centre des Recherches Archeologiques, Sophia Antipolis, Valbonne, France, June 3-6
(papers)
- Bar-Yosef, O. and E. Tchernov, 1967, Archaeological finds and fossil faunas of the Natufian and Microlithic industries at Hayonim Cave (Western Galilee, Israel). Israel Journal of Zoology 1 5:104-140
- Bar-Yosef, O., 1970, Natufian burials at Hayonim Cave. Qadmoniot 3:19-21 (in Hebrew).
- Bar-Yosef, O. and E. Tchernov, 1970, Natufian bone industry of Hayonim Cave. Israel Exploration Journal 20:141-150.
- Bar-Yosef, O. and N. Goren, 1973, Natufian remains in Hayonim Cave. Paleorient 1:49-68.
- Bar-Yosef, O., B. Arensburg and E. Tchernov, 1974, Hayonim Cave: Natufian Cementery and Habitation. Bema'aravo shel Galil, 60 pp. (in Hebrew)
- Bar-Yosef, O., 1974, The Natufian Culture. Qadmoniot 7:3-23 (in Hebrew).
- Bar-Yosef, O., 1974, 'Ubeidiya - A Lower Palaeolithic site in the Jordan Valley, Israel. In: A.K. Gosh (ed.) Perspectives in Palaeoanthropology, Calcutta, pp. 185-198. (submitted 1968).

- (George Willcox)

- Tanno K. Willcox G. 2012. Distinguishing wild and domestic wheat and barley spikelets from early Holocene sites in the Near East. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany. Volume 21, Number 2, 107-115.
- Willcox G, Stordeur D. 2012 . Large-scale cereal processing before domestication during the tenth millennium BC cal. in northern Syria. Antiquity 86: 331, 99-114.
- Tanno K, Willcox G, Muhesen S, Nishiaki Y, KanjoY, Akazawa T 2012 (in press) Preliminary Results from Analyses of Charred Plant Remains from a Burnt Natufian Building at Dederiyeh Cave in Northwest Syria. (Eds) Ofer Bar-Yosef and Francois R. Valla. The Natufian Culture of the Levant II.International Monographs in Prehistory, Ann Arbor.
- Willcox G., Savard M. 2011 Botanical evidence for the adoption of cultivation in southeast Turkey. inThe Neolithic in Turkey, new excavations and new research. (eds) Mehmet Ozdogan, Nezih Basgelen, Peter Kuniholm. Archaeology and Art Publications, Istanbu. l267-280.
- Stordeur D. Helmer D. Jamous B. Khawam R. Molist M. Willcox G. 2010. Le PPNB de Syrie du Sud a travers les decouvertes recentes a tell Aswad. In Al-Maqdissi M. Braemer F. Dentzer J-M .Eds. Hauran V La Syrie Du Sud Du Neolithique A L'antiquite Tardive Recherches Recentes Actes Du Colloque De Damas 2007. Vol 1. Beyrouth, 41-68.
- Willcox G. Fornite S. Herveux L. 2008. Reconstruction of ancient vegetation and of climate conditions on the Euphrates at the end of the Pleistocene beginning of the Holocene. In MENMED From the adoption of agriculture to the current landscape: long term interaction between man and environment in the east Mediterranean bassin. (Eds) R. Buxo and M. Molist. 29-33. Monografies 9. Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya Barcelona.
- Willcox G. Fornite S. Herveux L. Tanno K. 2008. Changes in the use of cereals on Euphrtaes sites between 11,500 and 7,800 BC. Cal. In MENMED From the adoption of agriculture to the current landscape: long term interaction between man and environment in the east Mediterranean bassin. (Eds) R. Buxo and M. Molist. 41-44. Monografies 9. Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya Barcelona.
- Willcox G. 2007 The adoption of farming and the beginnings of the Neolithic in the Euphrates valley: cereal exploitation between the 12th and the 8th millennium BC cal. In S. Colledge and J. Conolly (Eds). The origins and spread of domestic plants in Southwest Asia and Europe. 21-36. Left Coast Press. California. Erratum, 1) in the original version but corrected in this version Fig. 2,7 for " Emmer (single-grained)" read" Einkorn (single-grained)". 2) Figure 2,3 Stipa was not identified at Mureybet but is present in the diagram
(Danielle Stordeur)

- STORDEUR D. El Kowm 2. Une ile dans le desert. La fin du Neolithique preceramique dans la steppe syrienne, Paris, C.N.R.S. Editions., (ed.), 2000.
- STORDEUR D., "Jerf el Ahmar et l¡¯emergence du Neolithique au Proche-Orient", in J. Guilaine (ed.), Premiers paysans du monde. Naissances des agricultures, Seminaire du College de France, Paris, Errance, p. 33-60., 2000.
- STORDEUR D., "De la vallee de l¡¯Euphrate a Chypre ? A la decouverte d¡¯indices de relations au Neolithique", in J. Guilaine et A. Le Brun (eds), Le Neolithique de Chypre (actes du colloque international de Nicosie, 17-19 mai 2001), Athenes, EFA, p. 353-371., 2003.
- STORDEUR D., Symboles et imaginaire des premieres cultures neolithiques du Proche-Orient (haute et moyenne vallee de l¡¯Euphrate), in J. Guilaine (ed.), Arts et symboles du Neolithique a la Protohistoire, Hommage a J. Cauvin, Paris, Errance, p. 15-37., 2003.
- HELMER D., GOURICHON L., STORDEUR D., "A l¡¯aube de la domestication animale. Imaginaire et symbolisme animal dans les premieres societes neolithiques du nord du Proche-Orient", 2004.
- STORDEUR D. , "Les batiments collectifs des premiers neolithiques de l¡¯Euphrate. Creation, standardisation et memoire des formes architecturales", in P. Butterlin, M. Lebeau, J.Y. Monchambert, J.L. Montero-Fenollos, et B. Muller (eds), Les espaces syro-mesopotamiens. Dimensions de l'experience humaine au Proche-Orient. Hommage offert a Jean Margueron, Bruxelles, Brepolls, Subartu 17 p. 19-31, 2006.
- STORDEUR D ., ABBES F., ¡°From the first villages to the first cities: a permanent exhibition at the National Museum of Damascus (Syria)¡±, Neo-Lithics, 1-07, p. 43-47., 2007.

(Dr. Melinda Zeder)

- 2011 The Origins of Agriculture in the Near East. Current Anthropology 53: In The Origins of Agriculture: New Ideas and New data. Special Wenner Gren Symposium Issue.
- 2011 The Origins of Agriculture in the Near East. Current Anthropology 53: In The Origins of Agriculture: New Ideas and New data. Special Wenner Gren Symposium Issue.
- 2009 Evolutionary Biology and the Emergence of Agriculture: The Value of Co-opted Models of Evolution in the Study of Culture Change. In: Macroevolution in Human Prehistory: Evolutionary Theory and Processual Archaeology, pp. 157-210. New York: Springer
- 2009 The Neolithic Macro-(R)evolution: Macroevolutionary Theory and theStudy of Culture Change. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 17:1-63.
Part 3 : Additional Academic Sources

5) Bibliography Books/ websites
- Bibliography Neolithic Revolution http://www.sfos.uaf.edu/fitc/teaching/courses/fish336/materials/Bibliography_Neolithic_Revolution.pdf
- Consequences of the Neolithic Revolution : Bibliography https://sites.google.com/a/email.cpcc.edu/consequences-of-the-neolithic-revolution/bibliography

6) Bibliography

(papers/ thesis)
- The Origins of Civilization - The Neolithic Revolution http://teachmiddleeast.lib.uchicago.edu/foundations/origins-of-civilization/essay/essay-02.html
- The Neolitihis Revolution and the emergence of humanity: a cognitive approach to the first comprehensive world-view http://www.arcl.ed.ac.uk/arch/watkins/humanity_paper.pdf
- The Beginnings of Agriculture in the Near East: A symbolic Interpretation. Cambridge University Press, Cauvin, J. (2000)
- The Evolution of culture: An Interdisiplinary View. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Dunbar, R. I. M, Knight, C & Power, C (1999)
- The Domestication of Europe: Structure and Contingency in Neolithic Societies. Basil Blackwell, Oxford. Hodder, I. (1990)
- The Climatic Origins of the Neolithic Revolution: Theory and Evidence (Quamrul Ashraf(Willams College), Stelios Michalopulos(Tufts University)) 2011 http://web.williams.edu/Economics/wp/AshrafMichalopoulos-Neolithic.pdf
- New Light on Neolithic Revolution in South-West Asia (Trevor Watkins) http://antiquity.ac.uk/ant/084/0621/ant0840621.pdf
- Agriculture and the Origins of Civilization: The Neolithic Revolution (part 1, part 2, part 3) (Robert GUisepi) http://history-world.org/agriculture.htm
- The Neolithic revolution in Europe. The Problem of the Origin of the Indo-Europeans http://www.wyklady.ekpu.lublin.pl/wyklady/segedaew2.htm
- Abu 'Uqsa H. 1997. A Burial Cave from the Roman Period East of Giv¡®at Yasaf. ¡®Atiqot 33: 39?46 (Hebrew; English summary, pp.10-11).
- Abu-'Uqsa H. 2002. Three Burial Caves at Kafr Kanna. In Z. Gal ed. Eretz Zafon: Studies in Galilean Archaeology. Jerusalem. Pp. 153?161 (Hebrew; English summary, p. 183*).
- Abu-'Uqsa H. 2002. Two Burial Caves at Hurfeish. In Z. Gal ed. Eretz Zafon: Studies in Galilean Archaeology. Jerusalem. Pp. 135-139.
- Ackermann O., Maeir A. and Bruins H. 2005. Evidence of the Ancient Landscape around Archaeological Sites - A "Stage" for Ancient Human Activity: A Case Study from Tell es-Safi/Gath. In O. Ackermann, A. Faust and A. Maeir eds. Archaeology and Environment: Conference Proceedings. Ramat-Gan. Pp. 35-60 (Hebrew).
- Adams R. McC. 1966. The Evolution of Urban Society: Early Mesopotamia and Prehispanic Mexico. Chicago.
- Adams R. McC. 1981. Heartland of Cities: Surveys of Ancient Settlement and Land Use on the Central Floodplain of the Euphrates. Chicago-London.
- Adan-Bayewitz D. 1993. Common Pottery in Roman Galilee: A Study of Local Trade. Ramat Gan.
- Aharoni Y. 1982. The Archaeology of the Land of Israel: From the Prehistoric Beginnings to the End of the First Temple Period (transl. A.F. Rainey). Philadelphia.
- Albright W.F. 1935. Presidential Address: Palestine in the Earliest Historical Period. JPOS 15:193-234.
- Ariel D.T. 2002. The Coins from the Surveys and Excavations of Caves in the Northern Judean Desert. 'Atiqot 41/1:281-304.
- Banning E.B., Dods R.R, Field J., Kuijt I., McCorriston J., Siggers J., Taani H. and Triggs J. 1992. Tabaqat al-B?ma: 1990 Excavations at a Kebaran and Late Neolithic Site in Wadi Ziqlab. ADAJ 36:43-69.
- Baramki D.C. 1935. An Ancient Tomb Chamber at Wa'r Abu es Safa near Jerusalem. QDAP 4:168-169.
- Baruch U. 1990. Palynological Evidence of Human Impact on the Vegetation as Recorded in Late Holocene Lake Sediments in Israel. In S. Bottema, G. Entjes-Nieborg and W. Van Zeist eds. Man¡¯s Role in the Shaping of the Eastern Mediterranean Landscape. Proceedings of the Inqua/Bai Symposium on the Impact of Ancient Man on the Landscape of the Eastern Mediterranean Region and the Near East, Groningen/Netherlands 6?9 March 1989. Rotterdam : Brookfield. Pp. 283-293.
- Biran A., Ilan D. and Greenberg R. 1996. Dan I: A Chronicle of the Excavations, the Pottery Neolithic, the Early Bronze Age and the Middle Bronze Age Tombs. Jerusalem.

(lecture presentations)
- The Neolithic Agricultural Revolution http://bss.sfsu.edu/mwilliams/hist110/lectures/hist110L1.pdf
- The Neolithic Revolution http://isthmia.osu.edu/teg/hist50402/lec01.htm
- Neolithic Revolution: Plant domestication http://teacherweb.com/NV/TMCC/HHimlerNUT253/Neolithic-Period.pdf

(magazines)
- Economics and the Social Sciences On the Origins of the Neolithic Revolution (Robet H. Byson, Jr.) http://www.sciencemag.org/content/144/3619/672.full.pdf
- Quarterly Journal of Economics, Natural Selection and the Origin of Economic Growth, Galor Oded and Omer Moav 2001, (November 2002)
- European Economic Review, Evolution and Growth, Galor Oded and Omer Moav May 2001, 45
- Natural Selection and the Evolution of Life Expectancy, Galor Oded and Omer Moav, 2005

(books)
- Phenomenon of Science (Chapter 5) (explains about how science emerges during livestock and farming in the Neolithic revolution)
- A History of Domesticated Animals (Frederick Zeuner, Harper and Row, New York, 1963)
- World Archaeology: ¡°The origins of house and home¡± p. 336-347, Watkins T. (1990)
- The Neolitihic Revolution in Southwest Asia. Routledge, London. Watkins T. (2000)
- The Neolithic Revolution (Sonia Mary Cole, Trustees of the British Museum, 1965)



Bibliography . go to Teacher's Log

Part 1 : Documentaries, Encyclopedic Sources

1) Documentary Sources
- Stories From the Stone Age 1 - Daily Bread
- Stories From the Stone Age 2 - Urban Dream
- Stories From the Stone Age 3 - Waves of Change
- A History of Ancient Britain - Age of Ancestors

2) Encyclopedic Sources
- Wikipedia : Natufian Culture (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natufian_culture)
- Wikipedia : Neolithic Revolution (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neolithic_Revolution)
- Wikipedia : Fertile Crescent (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fertile_Crescent)
- Encyclopaedia Britannica, Macropaedia. volume 8

Part 2 : Reconstructed Reference List of "Stories from the Stone Age"

3) Interview Sources (used from "Stories from the Stone Age")
(Stories from the Stone Age 1)
- Dr. Phillip Edwards (Archaeologist)
- Dr. Stephen Bourke
- Prof. Andrew Sherrall
- Prof. Ofer Bar-Yosef (Archaeologist)
- George Willcox (Archaeobotanist)
- Ghattas Sayej (Archaeologist)
- Danielle Stordeur (Archaeologist)
(Stories from the Stone Age 2)
- Dr. Melinda Zeder (Curator, Smithsonian)
- Prof. Trevor Watkins (Prehistorian)
- Danielle Stordeur (Archaeologist)
- Dr. Mohammad Najjar (Archaeologist)
- Prof. Gary O Rollefson (Archaeologist)

4) Publications by persons interviewed by "stories of the stone ag"
(Dr. Phillip Edwards)
- Edwards, P, 1989, ¡®Problems of Recognizing Earliest Sedentism: The Natufian example.¡¯ Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 2/1: 5-48.
- Edwards, P 2010, ¡®Early agriculture and ditch irrigation.¡¯ Neo-Lithics, 2/10: 43-46.
- Edwards, P 2007, ¡®A 14 000 year-old hunter-gatherer¡¯s toolkit.¡¯ Antiquity 81: 865-876.
- Edwards, P 2007, ¡®The context and production of incised Neolithic stones.¡¯ Levant 39: 27-33.
- Hardy-Smith, T & Edwards, P 2004, ¡®The Garbage Crisis in Prehistory: artefact discard patterns at the Early Natufian site of Wadi Hammeh 27 and the origins of household refuse disposal strategies¡¯, Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 23, 235-289.

(Prof. Ofer Bar-Yosef)
- The Natufian Culture in the Levant (Ed), International Monographs in Prehistory, 1992.
- Late Quaternary Chronology and Paleoclimates of the Eastern Mediterranean. Radiocarbon, 1994.
- 1999- AAAS meetings in Anaheim 21-26 January 1999, presented paper in the session ¡°Changes in paleoclimate and Civilization¡± entitled ¡°The role of the Younger Dryas in the origins of agriculture in Western Asia¡±. UISPP Liege (Belgium) September 2-8. Presented three papers in three different sessions 1. on Natufian burials and art objects 2. on the Aurignacian of the Levant 3. on Middle Paleolithic settlement pattern in the Near East.
- Cambridge, UK. Organized by P. Bellwood and C. Renfrew: Examining the farming/language dispersal hypothesis. (#282).
- 1989 Symposium: The Natufian Culture and the Origins of Neolithic Societies. (O.BarYosef and F.R.Valla) Centre des Recherches Archeologiques, Sophia Antipolis, Valbonne, France, June 3-6
(papers)
- Bar-Yosef, O. and E. Tchernov, 1967, Archaeological finds and fossil faunas of the Natufian and Microlithic industries at Hayonim Cave (Western Galilee, Israel). Israel Journal of Zoology 1 5:104-140
- Bar-Yosef, O., 1970, Natufian burials at Hayonim Cave. Qadmoniot 3:19-21 (in Hebrew).
- Bar-Yosef, O. and E. Tchernov, 1970, Natufian bone industry of Hayonim Cave. Israel Exploration Journal 20:141-150.
- Bar-Yosef, O. and N. Goren, 1973, Natufian remains in Hayonim Cave. Paleorient 1:49-68.
- Bar-Yosef, O., B. Arensburg and E. Tchernov, 1974, Hayonim Cave: Natufian Cementery and Habitation. Bema'aravo shel Galil, 60 pp. (in Hebrew)
- Bar-Yosef, O., 1974, The Natufian Culture. Qadmoniot 7:3-23 (in Hebrew).
- Bar-Yosef, O., 1974, 'Ubeidiya - A Lower Palaeolithic site in the Jordan Valley, Israel. In: A.K. Gosh (ed.) Perspectives in Palaeoanthropology, Calcutta, pp. 185-198. (submitted 1968).

- (George Willcox)
- Tanno K. Willcox G. 2012. Distinguishing wild and domestic wheat and barley spikelets from early Holocene sites in the Near East. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany. Volume 21, Number 2, 107-115.
- Willcox G, Stordeur D. 2012 . Large-scale cereal processing before domestication during the tenth millennium BC cal. in northern Syria. Antiquity 86: 331, 99-114.
- Tanno K, Willcox G, Muhesen S, Nishiaki Y, KanjoY, Akazawa T 2012 (in press) Preliminary Results from Analyses of Charred Plant Remains from a Burnt Natufian Building at Dederiyeh Cave in Northwest Syria. (Eds) Ofer Bar-Yosef and Francois R. Valla. The Natufian Culture of the Levant II.International Monographs in Prehistory, Ann Arbor.
- Willcox G., Savard M. 2011 Botanical evidence for the adoption of cultivation in southeast Turkey. inThe Neolithic in Turkey, new excavations and new research. (eds) Mehmet Ozdogan, Nezih Basgelen, Peter Kuniholm. Archaeology and Art Publications, Istanbu. l267-280.
- Stordeur D. Helmer D. Jamous B. Khawam R. Molist M. Willcox G. 2010. Le PPNB de Syrie du Sud a travers les decouvertes recentes a tell Aswad. In Al-Maqdissi M. Braemer F. Dentzer J-M .Eds. Hauran V La Syrie Du Sud Du Neolithique A L'antiquite Tardive Recherches Recentes Actes Du Colloque De Damas 2007. Vol 1. Beyrouth, 41-68.
- Willcox G. Fornite S. Herveux L. 2008. Reconstruction of ancient vegetation and of climate conditions on the Euphrates at the end of the Pleistocene beginning of the Holocene. In MENMED From the adoption of agriculture to the current landscape: long term interaction between man and environment in the east Mediterranean bassin. (Eds) R. Buxo and M. Molist. 29-33. Monografies 9. Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya Barcelona.
- Willcox G. Fornite S. Herveux L. Tanno K. 2008. Changes in the use of cereals on Euphrtaes sites between 11,500 and 7,800 BC. Cal. In MENMED From the adoption of agriculture to the current landscape: long term interaction between man and environment in the east Mediterranean bassin. (Eds) R. Buxo and M. Molist. 41-44. Monografies 9. Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya Barcelona.
- Willcox G. 2007 The adoption of farming and the beginnings of the Neolithic in the Euphrates valley: cereal exploitation between the 12th and the 8th millennium BC cal. In S. Colledge and J. Conolly (Eds). The origins and spread of domestic plants in Southwest Asia and Europe. 21-36. Left Coast Press. California. Erratum, 1) in the original version but corrected in this version Fig. 2,7 for " Emmer (single-grained)" read" Einkorn (single-grained)". 2) Figure 2,3 Stipa was not identified at Mureybet but is present in the diagram

(Danielle Stordeur)
- STORDEUR D. El Kowm 2. Une ile dans le desert. La fin du Neolithique preceramique dans la steppe syrienne, Paris, C.N.R.S. Editions., (ed.), 2000.
- STORDEUR D., "Jerf el Ahmar et l¡¯emergence du Neolithique au Proche-Orient", in J. Guilaine (ed.), Premiers paysans du monde. Naissances des agricultures, Seminaire du College de France, Paris, Errance, p. 33-60., 2000.
- STORDEUR D., "De la vallee de l¡¯Euphrate a Chypre ? A la decouverte d¡¯indices de relations au Neolithique", in J. Guilaine et A. Le Brun (eds), Le Neolithique de Chypre (actes du colloque international de Nicosie, 17-19 mai 2001), Athenes, EFA, p. 353-371., 2003.
- STORDEUR D., Symboles et imaginaire des premieres cultures neolithiques du Proche-Orient (haute et moyenne vallee de l¡¯Euphrate), in J. Guilaine (ed.), Arts et symboles du Neolithique a la Protohistoire, Hommage a J. Cauvin, Paris, Errance, p. 15-37., 2003.
- HELMER D., GOURICHON L., STORDEUR D., "A l¡¯aube de la domestication animale. Imaginaire et symbolisme animal dans les premieres societes neolithiques du nord du Proche-Orient", 2004.
- STORDEUR D. , "Les batiments collectifs des premiers neolithiques de l¡¯Euphrate. Creation, standardisation et memoire des formes architecturales", in P. Butterlin, M. Lebeau, J.Y. Monchambert, J.L. Montero-Fenollos, et B. Muller (eds), Les espaces syro-mesopotamiens. Dimensions de l'experience humaine au Proche-Orient. Hommage offert a Jean Margueron, Bruxelles, Brepolls, Subartu 17 p. 19-31, 2006.
- STORDEUR D ., ABBES F., ¡°From the first villages to the first cities: a permanent exhibition at the National Museum of Damascus (Syria)¡±, Neo-Lithics, 1-07, p. 43-47., 2007.

(Dr. Melinda Zeder)
- 2011 The Origins of Agriculture in the Near East. Current Anthropology 53: In The Origins of Agriculture: New Ideas and New data. Special Wenner Gren Symposium Issue.
- 2011 The Origins of Agriculture in the Near East. Current Anthropology 53: In The Origins of Agriculture: New Ideas and New data. Special Wenner Gren Symposium Issue.
- 2009 Evolutionary Biology and the Emergence of Agriculture: The Value of Co-opted Models of Evolution in the Study of Culture Change. In: Macroevolution in Human Prehistory: Evolutionary Theory and Processual Archaeology, pp. 157-210. New York: Springer
- 2009 The Neolithic Macro-(R)evolution: Macroevolutionary Theory and theStudy of Culture Change. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 17:1-63.

Part 3 : Additional Academic Sources

5) Bibliography
(papers/ thesis)
- The Origins of Civilization ? The Neolithic Revolution http://teachmiddleeast.lib.uchicago.edu/foundations/origins-of-civilization/essay/essay-02.html
- The Neolitihis Revolution and the emergence of humanity: a cognitive approach to the first comprehensive world-view http://www.arcl.ed.ac.uk/arch/watkins/humanity_paper.pdf
- The Beginnings of Agriculture in the Near East: A symbolic Interpretation. Cambridge University Press, Cauvin, J. (2000)
- The Evolution of culture: An Interdisiplinary View. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Dunbar, R. I. M, Knight, C & Power, C (1999)
- The Domestication of Europe: Structure and Contingency in Neolithic Societies. Basil Blackwell, Oxford. Hodder, I. (1990)
- The Climatic Origins of the Neolithic Revolution: Theory and Evidence (Quamrul Ashraf(Willams College), Stelios Michalopulos(Tufts University)) 2011 http://web.williams.edu/Economics/wp/AshrafMichalopoulos-Neolithic.pdf
- New Light on Neolithic Revolution in South-West Asia (Trevor Watkins) http://antiquity.ac.uk/ant/084/0621/ant0840621.pdf
- Agriculture and the Origins of Civilization: The Neolithic Revolution (part 1, part 2, part 3) (Robert GUisepi) http://history-world.org/agriculture.htm
- The Neolithic revolution in Europe. The Problem of the Origin of the Indo-Europeans http://www.wyklady.ekpu.lublin.pl/wyklady/segedaew2.htm

(lecture presentations)
- The Neolithic Agricultural Revolution http://bss.sfsu.edu/mwilliams/hist110/lectures/hist110L1.pdf
- The Neolithic Revolution http://isthmia.osu.edu/teg/hist50402/lec01.htm
- Neolithic Revolution: Plant domestication http://teacherweb.com/NV/TMCC/HHimlerNUT253/Neolithic-Period.pdf

(magazines)
- Economics and the Social Sciences On the Origins of the Neolithic Revolution (Robet H. Byson, Jr.) http://www.sciencemag.org/content/144/3619/672.full.pdf
- Quarterly Journal of Economics, Natural Selection and the Origin of Economic Growth, Galor Oded and Omer Moav 2001, (November 2002)
- European Economic Review, Evolution and Growth, Galor Oded and Omer Moav May 2001, 45
- Natural Selection and the Evolution of Life Expectancy, Galor Oded and Omer Moav, 2005

(books)
- Phenomenon of Science (Chapter 5) (explains about how science emerges during livestock and farming in the Neolithic revolution)
- A History of Domesticated Animals (Frederick Zeuner, Harper and Row, New York, 1963)
- World Archaeology: ¡°The origins of house and home¡± p. 336-347, Watkins T. (1990)
- The Neolitihic Revolution in Southwest Asia. Routledge, London. Watkins T. (2000)
- The Neolithic Revolution (Sonia Mary Cole, Trustees of the British Museum, 1965)

6) Bibliography Books/ websites
- Bibliography Neolithic Revolution http://www.sfos.uaf.edu/fitc/teaching/courses/fish336/materials/Bibliography_Neolithic_Revolution.pdf
- Consequences of the Neolithic Revolution : Bibliography https://sites.google.com/a/email.cpcc.edu/consequences-of-the-neolithic-revolution/bibliography



Bibliography . go to Teacher's Log

1) Documentary Sources
- Stories From the Stone Age 1 - Daily Bread
- Stories From the Stone Age 2 - Urban Dream
- Stories From the Stone Age 3 - Waves of Change
- A History of Ancient Britain - Age of Ancestors

2) Encyclopedic Sources
- Wikipedia : Natufian Culture (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natufian_culture)
- Wikipedia : Neolithic Revolution (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neolithic_Revolution)
- Wikipedia : Fertile Crescent (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fertile_Crescent)

3) Interview Sources
(stories from the stone age 1)
- Dr. Phillip Edwards (Archaeologist)
- Dr. Stephen Bourke
- Prof. Andrew Sherrall MBR> - Prof. Ofer Bar-Yosef (Archaeologist)
- George Willcox (Archaeobotanist)
- Ghattas Sayej (Archaeologist)
- Danielle Stordeur (Archaeologist)
- Dorothy Garrod (first women archaeologist)
(stories from the stone age 2)
- Dr. Melinda Zeder (Curator, Smithsonian)
- Prof. Trevor Watkins (Prehistorian)
- Danielle Stordeur (Archaeologist)
- Dr. Mohammad Najjar (Archaeologist)
- Prof. Gary O Rollefson (Archaeologist)

4) Primary Sources
(Dr. Phillip Edwards)
- Edwards, P, 1989, ¡®Problems of Recognizing Earliest Sedentism: The Natufian example.¡¯ Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 2/1: 5-48.
- Edwards, P 2010, ¡®Early agriculture and ditch irrigation.¡¯ Neo-Lithics, 2/10: 43-46.
- Edwards, P 2007, ¡®A 14 000 year-old hunter-gatherer¡¯s toolkit.¡¯ Antiquity 81: 865-876.
- Edwards, P 2007, ¡®The context and production of incised Neolithic stones.¡¯ Levant 39: 27-33.
- Hardy-Smith, T & Edwards, P 2004, ¡®The Garbage Crisis in Prehistory: artefact discard patterns at the Early Natufian site of Wadi Hammeh 27 and the origins of household refuse disposal strategies¡¯, Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 23, 235-289.

(Prof. Ofer Bar-Yosef)
- The Natufian Culture in the Levant (Ed), International Monographs in Prehistory, 1992.
- Late Quaternary Chronology and Paleoclimates of the Eastern Mediterranean. Radiocarbon, 1994.
- 1999- AAAS meetings in Anaheim 21-26 January 1999, presented paper in the session ¡°Changes in paleoclimate and Civilization¡± entitled ¡° The role of the Younger Dryas in the origins of agriculture in Western Asia¡±. UISPP Liege (Belgium) September 2-8. Presented three papers in three different sessions 1. on Natufian burials and art objects 2. on the Aurignacian of the Levant 3. on Middle Paleolithic settlement pattern in the Near East.
- Cambridge, UK. Organized by P. Bellwood and C. Renfrew: Examining the farming/language dispersal hypothesis. (#282).
- 1989 Symposium: The Natufian Culture and the Origins of Neolithic Societies. (O.BarYosef and F.R.Valla) Centre des Recherches Archeologiques, Sophia Antipolis, Valbonne, France, June 3-6
(papers)
- Bar-Yosef, O. and E. Tchernov, 1967, Archaeological finds and fossil faunas of the Natufian and Microlithic industries at Hayonim Cave (Western Galilee, Israel). Israel Journal of Zoology 1 5:104-140
- Bar-Yosef, O., 1970, Natufian burials at Hayonim Cave. Qadmoniot 3:19-21 (in Hebrew).
- Bar-Yosef, O. and E. Tchernov, 1970, Natufian bone industry of Hayonim Cave. Israel Exploration Journal 20:141-150.
- Bar-Yosef, O. and N. Goren, 1973, Natufian remains in Hayonim Cave. Paleorient 1:49-68.
- Bar-Yosef, O., B. Arensburg and E. Tchernov, 1974, Hayonim Cave: Natufian Cementery and Habitation. Bema'aravo shel Galil, 60 pp. (in Hebrew)
- Bar-Yosef, O., 1974, The Natufian Culture. Qadmoniot 7:3-23 (in Hebrew).
- Bar-Yosef, O., 1974, 'Ubeidiya - A Lower Palaeolithic site in the Jordan Valley, Israel. In: A.K. Gosh (ed.) Perspectives in Palaeoanthropology, Calcutta, pp. 185-198. (submitted 1968).

- (George Willcox)
- Tanno K. Willcox G. 2012. Distinguishing wild and domestic wheat and barley spikelets from early Holocene sites in the Near East . Vegetation History and Archaeobotany. Volume 21, Number 2, 107-115.
- Willcox G, Stordeur D. 2012 . Large-scale cereal processing before domestication during the tenth millennium BC cal. in northern Syria. Antiquity 86: 331, 99-114.
- Tanno K, Willcox G, Muhesen S, Nishiaki Y, KanjoY, Akazawa T 2012 (in press) Preliminary Results from Analyses of Charred Plant Remains from a Burnt Natufian Building at Dederiyeh Cave in Northwest Syria. (Eds) Ofer Bar-Yosef and Francois R. Valla. The Natufian Culture of the Levant II.International Monographs in Prehistory, Ann Arbor.
- Willcox G., Savard M. 2011 Botanical evidence for the adoption of cultivation in southeast Turkey. inThe Neolithic in Turkey, new excavations and new research. (eds) Mehmet Ozdogan, Nezih Basgelen, Peter Kuniholm. Archaeology and Art Publications, Istanbu. l267-280.
- Stordeur D. Helmer D. Jamous B. Khawam R. Molist M. Willcox G. 2010. Le PPNB de Syrie du Sud a travers les decouvertes recentes a tell Aswad. In Al-Maqdissi M. Braemer F. Dentzer J-M .Eds. Hauran V La Syrie Du Sud Du Neolithique A L'antiquite Tardive Recherches Recentes Actes Du Colloque De Damas 2007. Vol 1. Beyrouth, 41-68.
- Willcox G. Fornite S. Herveux L. 2008. Reconstruction of ancient vegetation and of climate conditions on the Euphrates at the end of the Pleistocene beginning of the Holocene. In MENMED From the adoption of agriculture to the current landscape: long term interaction between man and environment in the east Mediterranean bassin. (Eds) R. Buxo and M. Molist. 29-33. Monografies 9. Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya Barcelona.
- Willcox G. Fornite S. Herveux L. Tanno K. 2008. Changes in the use of cereals on Euphrtaes sites between 11,500 and 7,800 BC. Cal. In MENMED From the adoption of agriculture to the current landscape: long term interaction between man and environment in the east Mediterranean bassin. (Eds) R. Buxo and M. Molist. 41-44. Monografies 9. Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya Barcelona.
- Willcox G. 2007 The adoption of farming and the beginnings of the Neolithic in the Euphrates valley: cereal exploitation between the 12th and the 8th millennium BC cal. In S. Colledge and J. Conolly (Eds). The origins and spread of domestic plants in Southwest Asia and Europe. 21-36. Left Coast Press. California. Erratum, 1) in the original version but corrected in this version Fig. 2,7 for " Emmer (single-grained)" read" Einkorn (single-grained)". 2) Figure 2,3 Stipa was not identified at Mureybet but is present in the diagram

(Danielle Stordeur)
- STORDEUR D. El Kowm 2. Une ile dans le desert. La fin du Neolithique preceramique dans la steppe syrienne, Paris, C.N.R.S. Editions., (ed.), 2000.
- STORDEUR D., "Jerf el Ahmar et l¡¯emergence du Neolithique au Proche-Orient", in J. Guilaine (ed.), Premiers paysans du monde. Naissances des agricultures, Seminaire du College de France, Paris, Errance, p. 33-60., 2000.
- STORDEUR D., "De la vallee de l¡¯Euphrate a Chypre ? A la decouverte d¡¯indices de relations au Neolithique", in J. Guilaine et A. Le Brun (eds), Le Neolithique de Chypre (actes du colloque international de Nicosie, 17-19 mai 2001), Athenes, EFA, p. 353-371., 2003.
- STORDEUR D., Symboles et imaginaire des premieres cultures neolithiques du Proche-Orient (haute et moyenne vallee de l¡¯Euphrate), in J. Guilaine (ed.), Arts et symboles du Neolithique a la Protohistoire, Hommage a J. Cauvin, Paris, Errance, p. 15-37., 2003.
- HELMER D., GOURICHON L., STORDEUR D., "A l¡¯aube de la domestication animale. Imaginaire et symbolisme animal dans les premieres societes neolithiques du nord du Proche-Orient", 2004.
- STORDEUR D. , "Les batiments collectifs des premiers neolithiques de l¡¯Euphrate. Creation, standardisation et memoire des formes architecturales", in P. Butterlin, M. Lebeau, J.Y. Monchambert, J.L. Montero-Fenollos, et B. Muller (eds), Les espaces syro-mesopotamiens. Dimensions de l'experience humaine au Proche-Orient. Hommage offert a Jean Margueron, Bruxelles, Brepolls, Subartu 17 p. 19-31, 2006.
- STORDEUR D ., ABBES F., ¡°From the first villages to the first cities: a permanent exhibition at the National Museum of Damascus (Syria)¡±, Neo-Lithics, 1-07, p. 43-47., 2007.