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Anatolia and the Balkans: Archaeology

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Catal Hüyük

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In recent years, the Anatolian peninsula (Turkey) has become very significant in debates about the homeland of the Indo-European language family and about some  fundamental developments in the Near Eastern Neolithic. This chapter discusses some of these archaeological developments, and examines the spread of Neolithic  populations after 7000 bce from Anatolia into southeastern Europe.

Anatolia and the Balkans: Archaeology

Neolithic Europe

Ancient Greece

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