Catal Huyuk

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Ca·tal Hu·yuk

or ça·tal·hö·yük  (chä-täl′hœ-yük′)
An archaeological site in south-central Turkey southeast of Konya. It contains well-preserved ruins of a large Neolithic settlement.
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The rich symbolism of wild creatures, which had probably long been linked with the supernatural world, now incorporated domesticated animals; these are represented in fragile wall paintings and moulded reliefs at villages such as Catalhoyuk.
Official" and "Practical" kin: Inferring social and community structure from dental phenotype at Neolithic Catalhoyuk, Turkey.
The author exposes how discourses are manipulated in several sites in Turkey, and how some scientific interpretations, insensitive to local ethnic and religious values, like the case of Catalhoyuk, lead to the site being ignored by most of the community.
Her journey begins in Anatolia, where she visits Catalhoyuk, one of the world's earliest settlements, which is believed to have held some surprising ideas about gender.
For example, he begins with Catalhoyuk in Anatolia, Turkey, a Neolithic settlement going back to 6500 BC, and ends with Angkor Thom in Cambodia.
Mortimore JL, Marshall LJR, Almond MJ, Hollins P, Matthews W (2004) Analysis of red and yellow ochre samples from Clearwell Caves and Catalhoyuk by vibrational spectroscopy and other techniques.
They include the major mining sites of Walonia, Belgium, decorated farmhouses of Halsingland, Sweden, Neolithic site of Catalhoyuk, Turkey, lakes of Ounianga, Chad, Sangha Trinational, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Chengjiang Fossil site, China and Western Ghats, India.
The leopard's tale; revealing the mysteries of Catalhoyuk.
In Turkey's Catalhoyuk, at least, it seems that people did not live in families.
A new programme of obsidian characterization at Catalhoyuk, Turkey.