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Human and Animal Remains from the Early Bronze site of Nitzanim
by Dr. Joel D. Klenck.

The Early Bronze period (3,000-2,500 B.C.) site of Nitzanim comprises a small village near the Mediterranean coast. Here, a diverse assemblage evidences marine and terrestrial fauna, wild and domesticated animals, and culturally interred and naturally deposited remains. With these animals bones are other interesting features: neonate and child burials beneath the entrances of domestic dwellings.

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