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PLANT REMAINS FROM HAYONIM CAVE, WESTERN GALILEE

Maria HOPF and Ofer BAR-YOSEF
Paléorient
Vol. 13, No. 1 (1987), pp. 117-120
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41492240
Page Count: 4
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PLANT REMAINS FROM HAYONIM CAVE, WESTERN GALILEE
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Abstract

Presentation of vegetal remains gathered in the Natufian layers in Hayonim Cave and Terrace (Western Galilee) : wild barley, almonds and a large number of lupinus seeds. We are faced here with the first mentioning of charred lupine seeds ever found in a prehistoric context of the Old World. Présentation de restes végétaux des couches natoufiennes de la grotte et de la terrasse de Hayonim en Galilée occidentale : orge sauvage, amandes et graines de lupin assez nombreuses, ont été identifiés. Il s'agit ici de la première mention de graines de lupin carbonisées retrouvées dans un contexte préhistorique de l'Ancien Monde.

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