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Then he made the same thing with Brahim Asloum for the Olympic Games who came to train in the same camp Simply. We went out of the stadium and we were eaten in a small restaurant in front of Lumpinee, later we became "a buddy", there is …Yes and I see when you ask the question, there is a little of emotion in your voice. While the studies of Neolithic ceramic assemblages in the Near East have largely focused on the pottery styles and techniques, they have seldom taken the function of ceramic vessels into consideration.Résumé : Si les études de corpus céramiques du début du Néolithique céramique au Proche-Orient se sont largement cristallisées sur les caractéristiques stylistiques et techniques des poteries, elles se sont peu attardées sur les aspects fonctionnels des récipients en terre cuite. The Ground-Stone Industry: Stone Working at the Dawn of Pottery Production in the Southern Levant. Cylindrical objects made usually of fired clay but sometimes of stone were found at the Yarmukian Pottery Neolithic sites of Sha'ar Ha Golan and Munhata (first half of the 8 th millennium BP) in the Jordan Valley. It is also clear that the number of impressions is not related to the jars' capacity.Les premiers résultats acquis montrent que les populations yarmoukiennes de la fin du 7 e millénaire ont utilisé leurs poteries pour stocker, transporter, cuire et consommer leurs nourritures. The field work has been concluded in 2004 and now the expedition is concentrating on the prepara tion of the final excavation reports. Pottery Function and Culinary Practices of Yarmukian Societies in the late 7th Millennium cal. Yet, the use of pottery, found in large amounts in the Early Pottery Neolithic settlements, allows us to access to many aspects of daily life of prehistoric societies—in particular food practices. Maeir (eds.) The Shephelah during the Iron Age, Recent Archaeological Studies, pp. Was he the real historical ruler of an urbanized state-level society in the early 10th century BC or was this level of social development reached only at the end of the 8th century BC? From Quarry to Completion: Hirbet Qeiyafa as a Case Study in the Building of Ancient Near Eastern Settelments.Lors de la cuisson de préparations bouillies, les communautés ont choisi des vases spécifiques au sein de leurs services, les ont placés au centre du foyer préhistorique et ont chauffé de la nourriture pour un groupe de personnes élargi. The field work methodological approach was a large horizontal exposure and in accordance ca. In order to characterise the culinary practices of Levantine societies at the end of the 7 th millennium cal. We can conclude that there were indeed fortified centers in the Davidic kingdom from the studies presented. Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins 131: 109–128. The excavations at H ˘ irbet Qe ¯yafa provide the first instance in pre-classical Levantine archaeology where every stage of the construction of a settlement is archaeologically attested and contemporaneous: from the quarry to completion.