Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria: An Interpretation of Stable Isotope Values of Faunal Bone Collagen
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Citationvan der Plicht, J., Akkermans, P. M. M. G., Buitenhuis, H., Kaneda, A., Nieuwenhuyse, O., & Russell, A. (2012). Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria: An interpretation of stable isotope values of faunal bone collagen. Radiocarbon, 54(3-4), 281-289.
AbstractAt Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria, radiocarbon dating previously provided a robust chronology for the 7th–early 6th millennium BC, the Late Neolithic. The continuous inhabitation spans the 8.2 ka climate event. This chronology has been used here in a study of stable isotope (13C and 15N) data of animal bones. This is the first isotope study undertaken on material from this area. The results are used to explore diet and therefore animal management practices through the period ~6800–5800 BC. A climatic signal could not be detected in the bone samples.