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AIA Annual Meeting 2014

  1. 1. Using Network Analysis to Examine Relative Resource Procurement Strategies in Anatolia and Southwest Asia from the Epi-Palaeolithic to Chalcolithic Periods (14000 - 5700 BP) Zack Batist & Tristan Carter McMaster University Archaeological Institute of America, Annual Meeting 2014 - Chicago
  2. 2. Obsidian Sources
  3. 3. Chataigner et al. 1998 Delerue 2007
  4. 4. Interaction Zones Roaf 1990
  5. 5. Dataset PERIOD RANGE 0 / 1 / 2 14000 - 9600 BP # OF SITES < 10 3 9600 - 8600 BP 22 4 8600 - 8000 BP 15 5 8000 - 7600 BP 15 6 7600 - 7000 BP 15 7 7000 - 6500 BP 13 8/9 6500 - 5700 BP 20 TOTAL 9600 - 5700 BP 100 ~ 1/3 - 1/4 of the complete dataset
  6. 6. Distance-Decay Model
  7. 7. Proximal Point Analysis
  8. 8. Delerue 2007
  9. 9. Dja'de Mureybet 13% 16% 2% 2% 160 22% 65% 80% Brainerd-Robinson Coefficient of Similarity: 160
  10. 10. Period 3 9000 - 8600 BP Early Pre-Pottery Neolithic B
  11. 11. -5 80 k 70 m m 20 0 -6 50 580 km Period 3 9000 - 8600 BP Early Pre-Pottery Neolithic B 5 6 k 20
  12. 12. Period 4 8600 - 8000 BP Middle / Late Pre-Pottery Neolithic B
  13. 13. Period 5 and Period 6 8000 - 7600 BP / 7600 - 7000 BP Pre-Pottery Neolithic C / Pottery Neolithic A
  14. 14. Period 7 7000 - 6500 BP Pottery Neolithic A
  15. 15. Period 7 7000 - 6500 BP Pottery Neolithic A Larger amounts of Meydan Dag material
  16. 16. Period 8/9 6500 - 5700 BP Pottery Neolithic B / Early Chalcolithic
  17. 17. Period 8/9 6500 - 5700 BP Pottery Neolithic B / Early Chalcolithic
  18. 18. Network Analysis + GIS
  19. 19. How were certain material used? Artefact • • • Typology Use-wear Context Specimen Chemical composition Volcanic source
  20. 20. Carter et al 2013
  21. 21. Moving forward…

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