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Unformatted text preview: Alternation of World Views and Understandings Late Paleolithic in Far East Kebaran No evidence of domestication Large variety of food The Natufian Permanent settlements with stone architecture Increased elaboration of material culture Broad spectrum use of wild plants and animals Limited evidence of cultivation Skeletal evidence of work (Abu Hureyra) Skeletal evidence of Mortar and pestle Use (Abu. .) Early Neolithic Permanent villages Cultivation of cereals and pulses Initial domestication of sheep and goats...
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